Cybercrime is costing government agencies.
Modernizing legacy systems increases exposure.
State and local government agencies want to enable digital citizen services, but this can create risk, add costs and new administrative burdens.
Hybrid work brings new cybersecurity challenges.
VPN’s and traditional security methods are obsolete in a cloud workforce environment as employees connect from public and personal devices.
Staying compliant has become far more complex.
Funding is limited to enhance existing systems to meet the cyber compliance and incident reporting requirements that NIST and CISA have outlined.
As more state and local government agencies onboard cloud services and move to telework initiatives, citizen data is increasingly at risk. State and local government organizations are often targeted because their legacy systems are not equipped to withstand modern day threats.