Public sector organizations face unique challenges when it comes to building and advancing their cyber security.
The path to a better government security posture is to build or advance cyber security capacity, fortify their cyber mission and operations and fully understand and measure their security.
Build Cyber Capacity
To elevate security operations, governments must develop their security controls and validate security programs. They can succeed through hands on support, ongoing training and an intelligence-based government cyber security program.
Fortify Cyber Missions and Operations
Skills shortages continue to challenge governments. Threat intelligence that offers an early knowledge advantage, along with outside experts can help close gaps.
Know the Measure of your Security
To protect high-value assets, governments must strengthen their environments by understanding their attack surface, and continuously monitor and validate their controls against real attacks.
Election Cyber Security: Securing elections against cyber threats
Elections provide the prime opportunity for Nation States, cyber criminals and bad actors to launch attacks to create chaos and harm against federal, state and local government organizations. Learn how you can improve your cyber defenses against election security threats with an ongoing and holistic program that helps government organizations be better informed, protected and able to respond to the latest cyber threats.
U.S. Federal Government
Protecting National Security
At Mandiant, we help the U.S. Government shape the national cyber security program.
We integrate mission and operational support with early knowledge expertise and intelligence through the Mandiant Advantage Platform so organizations can prioritize effort, increase capacity to detect and respond faster to attacks, understand their attack surface, and continuously measure the effectiveness of their cyber security controls.
State and Local Government
Secure civil infrastructure networks and citizens’ data
Potential cyber attacks to state and local critical infrastructure would disrupt the lives of millions of people, affecting lifeline services such as power, water, healthcare services, and supply chains. Mandiant is a trusted partner to local and state governments to protect their civil infrastructure.
Mandiant Attack Surface Management, Mandiant Advantage Ransomware Defense Validation and Mandiant Managed Defense can help accelerate response to threats and limit attack impact of attacks. Mandiant Consulting Services allow state and local governments to put defenses and defenders to the test with preparedness offerings and provide fast, in-depth incident response services.
Safeguard you institution, data and students with Mandiant
With a broad customer base of higher-education institutions and K-12 school districts, Mandiant has a proven understanding of the challenges they are facing.
Through the Mandiant Advantage platform, educational institutions can access Mandiant Attack Surface Management, Managed Defense and Mandiant Advantage Threat Intelligence along with Mandiant expertise to defend the personally identifiable information and intellectual property of students, faculty and staff.
Moving Toward Improved Government Cyber Security
Zero trust is a least privilege concept built on the principle of “never trust, always verify.” It is critical to supporting widely distributed and remotely connected workforces.
Zero trust provides the underlying fabric for a strategy to develop a stronger security posture. By adding layers of continuous security validation, detection and response and automation, comprehensive visibility of the extended organization and threat intelligence, public sector organizations can ensure a modern approach that efficiently and effectively addresses the cyber attack landscape.
The Defender’s Advantage Snapshot
Zero Trust for Federal Government: A Guide to Achieving Improved Cyber Security
Election Security: Cyber Threat Activity Targeting Elections
The Road to Zero Trust Architecture: 5 Steps to Compliance from an Expert Panel
Event Cyber Security: Defending Against Cyber Threats with the Whole World Watching
Tap Into DHS Cyber Grants Funding to Strengthen State & Local Infrastructure
Threat Trends: Securing the Vote in 2022
Does This Look Infected? A Summary of APT41 Targeting U.S. State Governments
Building Resiliency in Higher Ed Cybersecurity Programs