11AM PT, 2PM ET
State and local governments already were prime targets for ransomware and other cyber attacks before the COVID-19 pandemic. And now, the rapid adoption of remote work and virtual services has dramatically altered and expanded the risk landscape for public agencies. Global threat intelligence firm Group-IB estimates that ransomware attacks worldwide grew by more than 150% in 2020.
Join Government Technology on Sept. 22 at 11 a.m. Pacific / 2 p.m. Eastern for an important live webcast that will explain how a zero trust security architecture can help your organization effectively manage these growing threats. We’ll host a panel of experts who will break down what zero trust is, why it’s increasingly relevant to state and local agencies, and how your organization can create a roadmap for implementing this vital concept.
- Get practical advice for moving toward zero trust – it’s not as hard as you may think
- Get insights into how cyber threats are changing and how zero trust can help
- See how a zero trust approach improves security without frustrating users
- Find out how evolving compliance issues, including the Biden Administration’s latest cybersecurity executive order, may impact your organization