Federal agencies can save more than $5 billion annually and act faster by improving threat monitoring, correlation and automation of protections, according to a new report from MeriTalk, a public-private partnership focused on improving the outcomes of government IT.

The study, underwritten by security vendor Palo Alto Networks, shows that agencies can save up to 27% of their cyber security budget and address threats faster by improving how they address threats. The report is based on an online survey of 150 federal employees who work with their security operations team, conducted in September 2016.

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