Threats to state, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) governments are growing, with roughly 278 million malicious cyber actions against state and local government occurring each month.
In order to prevent bad actors from obtaining an agency’s sensitive data, SLTT leaders need to embrace a community-centric defense-in-depth model, working with other organizations to share threat data, collaborate on best practices and build up strong layers of cyber defenses.
Download this playbook to learn how your agency can secure its long-term success through teamwork with:
- Five pillars of community-centric security.
- Insight on how agencies can stay ahead of cyber threats.
- A real-life case study on how South Dakota tackles defense-in-depth security.
Download How to Take a Community-Driven Approach to Cybersecurity
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