The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) have issued rare public warnings about Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) activity targeting government infrastructure. Other bulletins from DHS and US-CERT warn about new WiFi attacks. In addition to these new threats, there are also evolving requirements by oversight agencies requiring IT departments to continually enhance cyber security and reporting (FDLE, CJIS, etc). In addition to these threats, ransomware continues to morph and spread with new technology deployed by attackers.
At the same time, our other City and County government clients are asked to “do more with less” and to keep the IT budget lean. We have solutions to these important challenges and this webinar will cover:
- How to improve protection from Advanced Persistent Threats
- How to improve protection for WiFi networks without replacing current WiFi
- How to improve security reporting for compliance and accountability
- How to do all this without more staff, and at an affordable price
This webinar is not a sales pitch, but a briefing on evolving threats and new solutions to better protect your network – specifically focused on government organizations like yours.
Register today to attend this informative webinar, with a live demo of these new security solutions.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.