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Strengthening Cybersecurity for State & Local Agencies

Learn more about the latest threats and how you can better protect your data and your constituents.
  • June 18, 2018
Social security numbers. Driving records. Tax information. State and Local governments collect and store all kinds of private citizen data, making them a common target for hackers. And with the emergence of Smart City initiatives and connected technologies, capabilities increase, but so do risks.

As security becomes more of a priority, agencies need to determine where their funding can be best utilized. This infographic can help by providing a closer look at how cybersecurity is affecting other agencies and organizations, from the top threats to the impacts of a breach.

Click below to see the statistics for yourself and uncover insights that can help you better secure your agency.

To get additional insights on the latest threats and the results from our survey
with IDG Research, download our Cybersecurity Insight Report.
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