As state agencies, civilian agencies and military branches grow more dependent on systems and communications in cyberspace, defending the underlying infrastructure and information and the data it transports is absolutely essential to our nation’s security and well-being. Cyber threats are constantly evolving, and agencies must operate under the assumption that a motivated adversary can and will infiltrate their network environments.
Enormous annual investments in cybersecurity strategies, products and services have resulted in an overly complex security infrastructure that sometimes fails to detect malicious intrusions in a timely manner. This is largely due to disjointed intelligence, alert overload and a dearth of skilled cybersecurity practitioners.
A security intelligence and analytics platform can actually simplify an agency’s approach to cybersecurity by unifying and analyzing disjointed threat data in order to surface the important threats and provide automated response capabilities.
To learn more about how security intelligence and analytics platforms can empower agencies to detect, respond to and neutralize emergent cyber threats, fill out the form below to download a complimentary copy of the whitepaper, “Security Intelligence and Analytics in the Public Sector: Focus On The Mission At Hand.”