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Arizona Department Of Administration & Benefits
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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University of California Davis
In these days of constant connectivity, citizens and students connect their computers, cars, smartphones, tablets, TVs, and consoles to school, college, and university networks, straining performance and security. As state and local applications, registrations, licenses, and payment systems move from paper to online and move to the cloud, their threat surface expands. Increasingly, communities like these are looking for ways to enable greater access while maintaining privacy and acceptable usage policies. APCON’s network monitoring and security solutions deliver optimal network traffic to the appropriate monitoring tools while providing real time insights into every packet traversing state, local, and educational networks.
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Our intuitive, browser-based user interface allows you to easily maintain control and visibility over your entire network fabric.
Capture network traffic from Virtual Private Cloud and Public Cloud environments.
Complete line of 1G, 10G, 40G, and 100G optical TAPs enabling 100% visibility without impacting network device performance.
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With the exponentially increasing amount of data running through municipal and academic networks, more breaches will occur. IT teams need the ability to immediately detect, characterize, and mitigate attacks while monitoring network or application performance issues in real time.
To meet citizen and student expectations while keeping up with the digital IT ecosystem, communities must look for ways to improve transparency and engagement while complying with state and federal rules and regulations. With advanced monitoring features, states, municipalities, and universities can customize their data centers to meet compliance requirements and satisfy constituents' demands.
No network is safe from cyberattacks. Recovery from a breach could take years due to the personally identifiable information (PII) such as financial data, student information, or intellectual property that may have been compromised, not to mention regaining customer confidence in the organization and its reputation. To minimize damage from a breach, state, city, town, and school network technicians need tools that detect and mitigate attacks the instant they occur.
As the Oldsmar water supply attack demonstrates, public entities need to maintain focus on cyber threats and their potential impact. If your systems oversee utilities, the worst-case scenario of a cyberattack can be much more than just losing data. Taking proactive steps to secure systems is crucial to avoiding the most severe consequences of cyberattacks.
This EMA white paper presents various emerging network and security operations requirements, and what to look for when evaluating a network packet broker, and the essentials needed for your digital journey.
Getting governments up to speed on cybersecurity will be costly but necessary: 'Bad actors are a lot more organized than cities.'