Tag: state and local government

Identify Yourself: Cyber threat protection strategies in state and local government

Lessons learned from 2020 that can inform cybersecurity planning in the years ahead.

Portable root of trust for government

The YubiKey is a portable root for remote workers, non PIV/CAC eligible workers, mobile/BYOD, and shared devices/workstations.

Why 3 government agencies are relying on hardware-based MFA with YubiKeys

America’s government is under attack. To put it more accurately, its governments are under attack, all the time, at every level — federal, state, and local — from opportunistic scammers, sophisticated cybercriminals, and even state actors. We’ve all seen the stories about intelligence services stealing political emails, snooping into election systems, and even penetrating the US power grid. But those are just

Microsoft 365 for Public Sector

MFA using the YubiKey offers the highest security and best user experience to protect Microsoft 365.

5 reasons why the government and other public sector agencies should care about WebAuthn

Federal, state and local governments and other public sector agencies have important responsibilities that support a functioning community – everything from national security to public transit, public education, public safety, state parks, financial services, energy and power grids, and many more services are all tax funded and managed by the public sector. While these are

Best practices to secure remote government workers with the YubiKey: A modern PIV/CAC alternative

Prior to 2020, government agencies like many other orgs, relied on a perimeter security framework.

WebAuthn: Why It Should Matter to the Public Sector and How It Works

WebAuthn makes fast and easy authentication a reality.

Capability Statement for Public Sector

Yubico enables the Department of Defense in its Mission to deploy strong cybersecurity.

Yubico receives nstic grant

Yubico awarded NSTIC grant

Yubico received a $2.27 million grant today to develop and deploy a pilot program to enable US citizens to securely access state and local government services. The grant comes through the US Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as part of the White House initiative National Strategy for Trusted Identities in