Learn about adaptive security measures to protect sensitive government data, critical infrastructure, and citizen information from cyber threats.

Virtual Lunch & Learn: Cyber-Resiliency for Government Agencies of all Sizes

Event details:

Friday, April 14, 2023
2:00 PM EST


Mark Sangster, Chief of Strategy at Adlumin
Deb Snyder, Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

About this talk:

Government agencies of all sizes face increased pressure to safeguard data, protect mission-critical operations, and stay compliant, but doing so can be particularly challenging for smaller agencies.

While many larger organizations have the resources to handle cybersecurity operations, smaller agencies are often constrained in addressing critical security needs. Municipalities, localities, smaller cities, and states all work with a vast amount of sensitive data that can be of value for cybercriminals, yet often aren’t equipped with the tools necessary to take command of security and compliance.

As a participant in this webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Detect and respond to cyber threats with limited in-house security
  • Minimize cybersecurity vulnerabilities
  • Automate compliance reporting

How Adlumin’s Managed Detection and Response Services Reduced Government Client’s Notifications by 65%

Adlumin’s Managed Detection and Response (MDR) team swiftly identified and investigated an alarming influx of daily alerts for a client. Uncovering an elusive “phantom” account triggering these unnecessary notifications, Adlumin’s MDR team collaborated closely with the client to pinpoint the root cause and eliminate the disruptive alerts.

Your Command Center for Security Operations - Municipalities

Adlumin plays a critical role in helping state and local governments manage, detect, and respond to cyber threats effectively.

Municipalities are frequent targets for cybercriminals, who aim to exploit service disruptions and extract ransom payments. These attacks not only result in financial losses but also erode public trust in government administrations. The openness and transparency of government operations make it easier for criminals to access and steal sensitive data such as personal identifiable information (PII), financial records, and voter information. With the integration of Internet of Things (IoT) devices into various municipal services, including transit, waste disposal, and emergency services, the attack surface continues to expand.

Local governments face budget and resource constraints in addressing the growing threat landscape. Adlumin helps these entities implement robust security programs that can detect and mitigate threats rapidly, preventing service disruptions and data breaches.

By partnering with Adlumin, state and local governments can leverage emerging technologies while safeguarding against debilitating cyber attacks orchestrated by ransomware gangs and state-sponsored actors.

Download this solution brief to learn more.