U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
At one time, IT Administrators were only responsible for traditional administrative tasks for systems they supported. The role of securing systems belonged to someone else. However, due to the ever-changing risk environment brought about by the interconnection of systems, all parties involved with systems during the EPLC have a role in securing them.
This raises new challenges to IT Administrators who are the first line of defense once systems are operational. As illustrated in this course, IT Administrators play a significant role in systems protection throughout the EPLC. Upon learning about your security responsibilities, you are now better prepared to assist in securing HHS’ systems.
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