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Securing U.S. State and Local Entities:

Top 4 Cybersecurity Trends This Election Year

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Cybersecurity has emerged as a paramount concern for both public and private entities, requiring robust measures to safeguard assets and environments from bad actors. In recent years, significant strides have been made in bolstering cybersecurity within the U.S. public sector, specifically the state and local entity level, due to previous cyber attacks such as the Solar Winds Supply Chain Attack, ongoing attacks on the Pentagon, and the Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack. While cybersecurity investments at the state and local entity level demonstrate positive progression in protecting assets, the threat landscape evolves during an election year, and entities must understand upcoming market trends to proactively anticipate emerging challenges.

U.S. public sector emerging trends include:

  • Defend Voting Machine Breaches
  • Enhance Use of AI
  • Initiate FedRAMP Policies
  • Fund Critical infrastructure

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