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Securing Drupal Sites for Government Agencies [September 5, 2012]

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The adoption of Drupal by Government agencies has been growing at a rapid pace over the last couple years The strength of the community to develop and deliver an enterprise solution is a key advantage for Drupal users. The same community helps to rapidly address and fix security vulnerabilities faster than any proprietary software vendor can. The end result is a highly secure solution that government agencies can rely on to deliver the transparent, secure sites their constituents require.

Join us for this upcoming webinar where we’ll provide an overview of Drupal security and discuss how Acquia can help agencies stay current and leverage security best practices. Attendees will hear from our Drupal for Government experts on:

• Real-world advice on securing Drupal sites
• Tips for addressing security vulnerabilities
• Top issues and recommendations for Government

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