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Cybersecurity Series: The Identity Initiative

A special initiative exploring the future of cybersecurity in state and local government

Q&As
Industry Resources
  • State, local, and educational organizations are tasked with serving constituents, students, businesses, and staff by delivering services, expanding economic opportunities, and improving crisis response. With increasing emphasis on cybersecurity readiness, IT leaders have been tasked with protecting communities and departments, with less resources to execute across all areas. Learn where to start in maturing your organizations cybersecurity posture.
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  • With an accelerated push for digital transformation and a shift to hybrid work, state and local governments have a wider attack surface than ever before. In this paper learn about the current challenges, best practices and how to protect the public sector.
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  • Change is a constant in information technology. Just a few years ago, concerns about security and privacy prevented some organizations from adopting cloud strategies. The key is to choose the right technology, download this guide to learn more.
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  • Identity underpins every transaction in society. Across the economy — and especially for government, healthcare, and finance — it is critical that organizations trust people are who they claim to be. Digital identity verification, however, is fundamentally broken.
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  • Every CIO and CISO in state, local government and educational (SLED) institutions has been tasked with prioritizing a path to utilizing public cloud infrastructure-asa- service (IaaS). While public cloud service providers (CSPs) such as AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform provide their users with a secure environment from which to operate, their tenants are responsible for protecting their own workloads.
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  • The COVID-19 crisis has shaken the foundations of many public sector organizations, exposing key process gaps and major vulnerabilities in even the most established institutions.
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