Government entities, big and small, are working overtime to manage the explosive growth of connected assets while securing their expanded attack surface.
Visibility and Modernization Across Agencies
Legacy, siloed security solutions have prevented government entities from achieving complete visibility across their network and restricted transparency and accountability amongst internal agencies.
Critical Infrastructure Disruptions
Mission-critical services, including Transportation Systems, Energy, Nuclear, Waste, and Water and Wastewater, are under nation-state attacks fueled by Artificial Intelligence. Traditional security tools cannot monitor industrial control systems (ICS) and operational technology (OT) since ICS/OT assets cannot accommodate security agents – requiring new security tactics.
Attempts to influence or interfere with election security often start with exploiting election infrastructure, such as voter registration databases, election management systems, and voting machines – all requiring visibility before, during, and after an election.
Whole-of-State Approach to Asset Management
Utilizing a whole-of-state approach with an agentless, cost-effective platform gives both large agencies and small municipalities shared insights, leading to reduced tech debt and more efficient services for their staff and constituents.
IoT and Smart Cities
Smart Cities nationwide now provide residents with enhanced experiences and government leaders with data-driven decision-making insights. However, maintaining operational resilience and citizen safety first requires a map of your entire IoT attack surface.
Vulnerability Prioritization and Remediation
With high volumes of assets scattered across different departments and locations, governments need to see everything connected to their network and understand the risks and vulnerabilities they face. Armis Centrix™ is an end-to-end solution that hooks into your existing workflow to calculate risk scores based on multiple factors, including unpatched software versions, known hardware exploits, and vulnerabilities, such as Log4j.
Armis is proud to participate in several contract vehicles that simplify and streamline the procurement process for State and Local Government agencies.
State and Local Contracts
October 14, 2016- September 15, 2026
February 22, 2019 – February 21, 2025
*Additional Option Years Available
COG – 2127A (Lead Agency: CCOG)
May 1, 2022 – April 30, 2026
Armis and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have partnered to deliver actionable, continuous cyber intelligence for state and local government agencies via GovCloud.
Armis Becomes an Indispensable Tool for Boosting the County’s Security Posture
Fast-Growing Georgia County Finds a Better Way to Discover Devices and Secure the Network
With a rapidly growing citizen population, the county knew it needed to invest in its infrastructure. Armis provided the IT team with an easy way to manage software updates, significantly reducing the burden on their team.
Armis Helps Law Enforcement IT Department Carry Out its Mission to Safeguard Citizen Data
Read the case study to learn how the second largest sheriff’s office in Florida closes critical gaps in asset visibility.
Strengthening Aviation Cybersecurity with Armis: Navigating the New TSA Requirements
Armis and AWS have partnered to deliver actionable, continuous cyber intelligence for state and local government agencies via GovCloud.
U.S. Ports Highlight Critical Infrastructure Vulnerabilities
Our nation’s maritime ports are crucial in our commercial supply chains and national security operations. If left unchecked, nation-states can potentially control resources at ports supporting automation.