2017 Government Internet Security Threat Report
Shifting focus from economic espionage to politically motivated sabotage and subversion
The 2017 Government Internet Security Threat Report (GISTR) details how cyber criminals executed politically devastating attacks. Cyber attacks against the U.S. Democratic Party and the subsequent leak of stolen information reflect a trend towards highly-publicized, overt campaigns designed to destabilize and disrupt organizations and countries. In the past, sabotage via cyber attack was rare. But the success of several campaigns – including the U.S. election and Shamoon – indicate a growing trend of agitators influencing politics to sow discord across the globe.
Identity Management: The Next Generation of Security
State-of-the-art technologies are paving the way toward better, more efficient government, but with transformation comes a host of increasingly sophisticated cyber threats. In an effort to ensure both progress and security, state and local governments are turning their attention towards identity management: ensuring that critical organization data can only be accessed by the right people, at the right time, and for the right reasons. Learn how 305 State and Local Government professionals approach identity and access management.
State & Local Cyber for the Cloud Generation
In the cloud generation, state and local agencies need a holistic cloud security strategy to protect data wherever it resides and respond quickly to breaches. Read how an integrated, end-to-end cloud security environment can be structured to unify access governance, information security and threat protection across cloud and on-premises.
Simple ways state and local government can protect themselves against ransomware attacks
Increase visibility and provide advanced information protection with a single point of control for accessing data.
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