It’s no secret that government agencies are vulnerable to cyber attacks. They house valuable information that outside attackers would love to get their hands on. But it’s not just data winding up in the wrong hands that’s the problem when it comes to attacks on government organizations. An attack could render an agency without their usual computer systems for days or weeks, resulting in major downtime.
Of the malware attacks that government agencies were the victim of in 2020, 61% were ransomware attacks per Verizon’s 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report. 33% of the data compromised were credentials and 14% was internal data. The top recommendation for governments based on the types of attacks they’re vulnerable for is “Boundary Defense.”
Like Verizon says, that’s “not just firewalls, this Control includes things like network monitoring.” That’s where DNSFilter fits in. Put protection in place for every click to give your government organization visibility into DNS traffic and a PDNS solution that any network should have.
Whether you need an at-a-glance overview of your network or the drill-down-to-the-nitty-gritty type of details, DNSFilter gives you the insights you need with our reporting. Easy-to-use, intuitive, with clear visualizations to share across departments. Take advantage of our top threat reports, query log, and overall activity reports.
DNSFilter has mobile and desktop Roaming Clients on every major platform.
With employees out on the road using tablets and other mobile devices, it’s necessary that all of their internet usage be secured. And they need a reliable network. With DNSFilter’s Roaming Clients, you can deploy DNS protection to individual mobile devices.
These Roaming Clients give you enhanced control, visibility, and reporting of all the devices in use by your organization. You never have to worry about installing patches, because your filtering policies are stored in the cloud.
DNSFilter is a cloud solution, but that doesn’t mean we only protect cloud infrastructures. Our DNS protection has the ability to secure even the oldest government hardware. Install DNSFilter on your network and you can start protecting your legacy hardware today.
Inside this report, you’ll see there’s been significant increases in botnet, DDoS, and phishing attacks.
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