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For a more secure Next-Gen 911, look at network demands
A new report looks at reasons why public officials should evaluate their future network demands before rolling out Next-Gen 911 upgrades.
State agencies urged to move beyond login credentials to counter cyber risks
Agencies that still rely on user IDs and passwords alone are most at risk to cyberthreats and should move to stronger identity and authentication technology, says new report.
Ransomware defense starts with smarter backup and recovery plans
State IT leaders can reduce the cost and disruption of ransomware threats by proactively safeguarding data before it’s attacked, report says.
7 steps to help prevent and limit the impact of ransomware
When ransomware attacks do strike, every minute counts to notify your organization and investigate quickly, say experts.
States need better data recovery to forestall ransomware threats
A third of state government officials in a new survey have experienced a ransomware attack; a majority still need help improving data recovery and response capabilities.
Disrupting ransomware with security best practices
Ransomware attacks are a favorite tactic among cybercriminals; the payouts can be big and fast. Two cities in Florida, for example, paid almost $1 million this past summer after their computer systems were paralyzed.
IAM solutions that help deter ransomware and cyberthreats at agencies
State and local agency CIOs can take advantage of modern identity and access management tools to mitigate cyberthreats against critical data, report says.
How modern IAM solutions help states reduce IT operating costs, improve security
As states continue to promote online citizen services, CIOs see a growing need for a better way to manage user identity and access.
How state agencies benefit from a CMS platform to collaboration on case files
Modern content management systems are improving how agencies manage structured and unstructured data through workflows and across departments, says IT expert.