Implementing Zero Trust for State and Local Government Agencies
Implementing Zero Trust for SLG Agencies

State and local governments provide essential services, maintain critical infrastructure, and store highly sensitive personal information, making them attractive targets for cyber attackers who want to steal data or extort money. Unfortunately, agencies do not always have the resources to prevent determined attackers from breaching their web application environments. In a recent survey, government cybersecurity leaders cited budget constraints as the No. 1 barrier to modernization of their cybersecurity practices.

View MeriTalk and Invicti’s “Implementing Zero Trust for State and Local Government Agencies” issue brief to learn how the security directives in the Biden administration’s Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity apply to state and local governments (SLGs), and how a zero trust security framework addresses the many challenges facing SLGs.


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