Securing the Public Sector

Securing Devices and Protecting Citizens

The explosion of devices across all branches of the government - federal, state and local - as well as in education is undeniable. While the goal is greater collaboration, efficiency, data transfer, and productivity, this rapid growth of connected devices has created a massive threat landscape - and an uptick in malicious attacks. From cities to public infrastructure to K-12 school districts and universities, Armis has seen these exploits and vulnerabilities in real time. The fact is, many of these devices cannot be secured with traditional agent-based security tools. Armis helps public entities and municipalities protect their assets and citizens with agentless and passive security for managed, unmanaged, OT, and IoT devices, seeing and stopping attacks in real time. Armis discovers and analyzes all devices and endpoints across your entire environment providing deep and detailed information about every device and its behavior.

Security for Federal and Local Governments

The safety and security of our public infrastructure and services is the number-one priority of any governmental agency. As the emergence of smart cities, building automation technologies, and new connected devices have taken hold, a new wave of cyber criminals threaten to take down public utility systems imposing supply chain interruptions and risking public safety. Learn how Armis discovers and analyzes all devices and endpoints across your entire environment and these systems keeping malicious actors at bay.

 

Safeguarding Education

Protecting Intellectual Property and future generations of students while providing them with access to the safest research and learning environment possible has never been more important. As connected education becomes mainstream and cyber attacks have increased in parallel, new governmental regulations continue to be implemented to ensure that sensitive personal data and IP is protected. Learn how Armis is helping educational institutions become compliant with the most recent security frameworks, prevent malicious attacks, and mitigate future risks.