It isn’t easy to maintain public trust and secure assets when users continue to select compromised passwords.
44% of global ransomware attacks in 2020 targeted local governments.
Only 38% of state and local government employees have been trained on ransomware prevention – leaving them open to attack.
One-third of local government organizations wouldn’t be able to tell if they were under a cyber attack.
HOW ENZOIC HELPS
It isn’t easy to maintain public trust and secure assets when users continue to select compromised passwords. The door is open to password attacks that result in data breaches and ransomware. That’s why NIST overhauled password rules to eliminate complexity rules and frequent password resets. NIST’s modern approach to passwords makes it easier for both the IT department and the user community.
Quick to get started and minimal IT burden. Add security without adding another obstacle to the authentication flow
Follow best practice password policy recommendations, including detecting when good passwords become compromised
Remove outdated policies that made passwords harder for users but easier for hackers
“Enzoic is a great tool that ensures password security without needing any additional employee training or adding an administrative burden on IT.”
Cyberattacks continue to have a massive economic impact on local and state branches of governments across the U.S.
To defend the city of Keizer from ransomware, they brought in Enzoic to provide new types of protection and controls for cybersecurity.
The City of Prescott wanted an automated and reliable method to assess and enforce password security in their organization.
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