4 Top Considerations for State and Local Agencies Looking to Protect Against Credential-Based Attacks

4 Top Considerations for State and Local Agencies Looking to Protect Against Credential-Based Attacks

It’s more crucial than ever that government security systems and policies are prepared to take on threats. Here’s what types of attacks are on the rise — and what governments can do about it.

A simple click on a malicious link can have devastating effects on an organization - stolen credentials, compromised security or, worse yet, a complete standstill of computer systems held hostage by hackers. In a time when agencies across the country are working facilitating more remote work than ever, state and local governments must take action to protect against credential-based threats, which can infiltrate networks via employee inboxes, unsafe WiFi networks and a variety of other vulnerable points. Here are the top four things public sector IT leaders should know about these attacks and how to protect against them.




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