Strengthening Security and Compliance Posture through Cyber Resilience for Government

Understanding the meaning of a comprehensive, effective, risk-based compliance strategy is the first step in achieving it. Industry standards and regulatory mandates are put in place to ensure organizations take stock of their potential risk and build out a robust security strategy to prevent against cyberattacks and potential data breaches.

Government agencies make attractive targets for threat actors for several reasons. They are often home to large amounts of data belonging to members of the public, making them enticing targets for cybercriminals looking to steal information, hold data hostage, or be generally disruptive. In addition, it is not uncommon for government agencies to move slowly when upgrading IT infrastructure due to costs and red tape.

Government agencies often face a collection of complex challenges when it comes to cybersecurity, ranging from legacy IT infrastructure to insufficient staffing. Regulatory requirements heighten these challenges. An effective risk-based approach to security must include assessing the impact of these requirements on government agencies.

In this report, we will briefly outline some of these requirements and discuss the importance of endpoint and network resilience in combating the challenges your agency faces.

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"My primary job is to give emergency crews access to critical information wherever and whenever needed so they can focus on saving lives and protecting our community. With NetMotion now a part of Absolute, we’re able to take advantage of endpoint resilience in addition to having secure network access."

Daniel Grew, Mobile Data Technology Manager, Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service

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