How Privileged Access Management Protects State and Local Agencies

May 27, 2020

State and local IT teams are tasked to protect an incredible variety and volume of sensitive information – from citizens’ health and human services information to financial, real estate, tax, voting and more. Agencies collect Personally Identifiable Information (PII) through citizen-facing applications and distributed locations, and must share it with other agencies to conduct business. Equally important is securing access to digital platforms used by government workers and third-party contractors to manage critical public infrastructure and services.

State and Local government agencies have become an increasing target of cyber-attackers. Learn how Privileged Access Management can help protect public trust.

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