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City Council Approves New Server, Upgrades for Cyber Security

Cyber security has been a hot-button issue for government entities lately and Monday night the Clinton City Council approved a new server and cyber security upgrades.


City Treasurer Clint Lichtenwalter told the Council they try to upgrade their servers every five years but the current one is at eight years. He says it's time to upgrade that with renewal costs going up each year.



According to Lichtenwalter, cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated and these are measures to stay ahead of any potential issues.



Lichtenwalter indicates they are switching from external hard drive storage to a virtual hard drive with unlimited storage. 

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