NIST Cyber Security Framework for State & Local Government
As cyberattacks become more sophisticated, government agencies at all levels need to ensure that they're following best practices to keep their systems safe. The NIST-CSF breaks cyber security down into five functions - Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover - helping agencies improve their risk management and threat response posture. By providing a structure that agencies can map their cyber security efforts to, the CSF allows agencies to create individualized risk-management plans based on their specific needs and capabilities.
Symantec's scalable solutions adapt to the unique needs of any agency, offering robust, automated security procedures that can save time and resources while addressing the requirements of the CSF.
Symantec and Election Security
Elections are the underpinnings of democracy and society’s voice.
With election systems targeted for attack, Symantec is committed to applying the same defenses we provide for governments, corporations, and individuals to safeguarding elections.
Symantec 2019 Internet Security Threat Report
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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.
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.
As threats are growing more numerous and sophisticated, agencies need to look at deploying an Integrated Cyber Defense strategy to keep pace in the evolving threat landscape.
An Integrated Cyber Defense can help improve security, reduce complexity and lower cost.
Increase visibility and provide advanced information protection with a single point of control for accessing data.
Simple ways state and local government can protect themselves against ransomware attacks
Uncover, prioritize, and remediate advanced attacks across endpoints, networks, and email in minutes, all from a single console.
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