Using ransomware, cybercriminals can force any agency to do their bidding. And cybercriminals often target state and local agencies because of their smaller budgets and workforces.
State and Local
As Georgia’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), David Allen has seen many ransomware attacks. In some cases, agencies have bounced back in days. In others, they’ve been reduced to using pen and paper.
Onondaga County, N.Y., Water Authority began using drone technology to inspect its water tanks, and gathered more information faster and saved costs.
Many of New Mexico’s ransomware defenses are built from the ground up. With 33 counties spread across the fifth-largest state in the country, local governments are major players in the state’s collective cybersecurity.
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ERP systems manage an agency’s key business practices with technology that operates in real-time. It can impact such major agency topics as payrolls.
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Smaller departments and staffs that have often struggled to pursue grants. Lifecycle grants management can even the playing field.