Don’t let innovation outpace your agency’s security.
Every day, cybersecurity attacks become more advanced. Many public entities are not ready to handle major breaches and need improved agility to respond to new ways of working. There are ways to help protect your agency without overwhelming your budget. It’s time to act.
Watch out for cloud-based security risks
Moving to the cloud can help your organization find greater flexibility, elasticity and agility for the critical work that it does. However, cloud security has its own unique risks—we’ve compiled the ten biggest risks along with ways to help mitigate them for your agency.
Safety first: Prioritizing security in a digital transformation
This utility provider needed help creating a cohesive technology strategy to match its rapidly growing needs. See how they partnered with Verizon to help improve data center connectivity, utilize cloud services and get improved access to collaborative tools.
Employees working remotely? Help them minimize risk
More than ever, employees are accessing your software platforms and applications from home, with many relying on their own mobile devices. This shift introduces unique security challenges. See how you can help your employees reduce risk for your agency.
You help keep students safe. What about their information?
How easy is it for potential hackers to steal sensitive information? Are you keeping financial audits, student records, employee information and similar types of data protected? Read on to see the five critical security elements your school may need.
Expert advice on strengthening your district’s cybersecurity
Have you assessed the cybersecurity risks facing your school district? It’s vital for you to find possible weaknesses before bad actors do. See steps you can take in assessing risk and ways to help improve your defenses so you can help protect students, employees and information.
How secure are your employee's devices?
Despite increased threat of cyberattacks on mobile devices, many organizations aren’t responding quickly enough. Learn more about the most common threats and ways your agency can respond.
Watch for increased data risks.
More than ever, employees are using personal devices for work. When employees access your software platforms and applications from their personal mobile devices, the possibility of cybersecurity threats grow. Review the risks this presents and discover ways to help employees to help protect data.