Protecting Governments from Cybersecurity Threats

Local and State Government Cybersecurity Experts

Cybersecurity for Local and State Government Agencies

Government agencies account for 13% of all ransomware attacks with an average breach cost of $1.6M.

As government entities continue to digitize, the need for strong cybersecurity measures is more pressing than ever.

In order to protect against these threats, governments must invest in robust cybersecurity MDR services that are constantly evolving. By taking these steps, they can safeguard their systems – and the sensitive data they contain – against even the most sophisticated cyberattacks.

As the go-to partner for over 20 years when it comes to protecting organizations’ networks and devices, CyberMaxx has extensive experience working with in-house teams to create a unified front against cyber threats. Our vast knowledge and proven ability in this area make us the ideal choice for any organization looking to fortify its defenses against potential attacks.

With MDR services that cover:

1,000+ Locations Protected | 99% Retention Rate | Some of our Customers:

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99% Retention Rate
With a client roster of over 1,000 locations, we keep customers happy to the tune of a 99% retention rate.
A Tailor-Made Experience
Our approach adapts as your business does with a comprehensive suite of security programs to anticipate, defend, and eliminate security threats in real-time.
Government Cybersecurity

Approximately 50% of all local governments have experienced 1-3 data breaches within the past year.

This leaves a significant portion of the population vulnerable to identity theft, loss of important personal information, and other serious consequences.

With the average cost of a data breach in the public sector amounting to $1.6 million, it is essential for organizations in the public sector to have robust security measures in place to protect their data.

  • Last year saw a sharp increase in ransomware attacks, with a reported 51% surge compared to 2020.
  • Adjusted losses for 2021 totaled more than $49 million, a nearly 69% increase in 2020 that accounted for $29.2 million in losses.
  • Ransomware payments have reached new heights in 2021, with the average payment hitting $821k. That’s a 79% increase from 2020 payment amounts which were $170k.
  • Ransomware was involved in 75% of all cyber insurance claims during the first half of 2021.