Combating Cyberattacks: How SOCs Protect State & Local Governments

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Combating Cyberattacks: How SOCs Protect State & Local Governments


Download the new report to explore:

-Today's complicated cybersecurity landscape.
-Best practices for using security operation centers (SOCs)-as-a-service to improve compliance.
-How Cupertino, California, implemented SOC-as-a-service to keep networks safe.



When citizens share data with state and local governments, they expect it will be protected from cyberthreats. But the list of cybersecurity challenges faced by state and local agencies continues to grow.

Fortunately, security operation centers (SOCs) can help state and local agencies advance their cybersecurity efforts. A SOC is a centralized unit that deals with security issues on an organizational and technical basis. SOCs are hubs where IT staff can closely monitor networks for problems using the latest data processing technology.

Check out our free report to learn how a SOC-as-a-service provider can help strengthen your agency's cybersecurity. You'll also explore best practices for improving compliance with security regulations using SOC-as-a-service.




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