Entrusted with protecting the personal information of their residents, with securing critical infrastructure, and with overseeing fair elections, local governments face few challenges more pivotal than cyber security. Yet most cities and counties rely on an outdated approach to defending their networks: relying on traditional security tools that detect only known threats and incident responders who can only investigate these threats so quickly.
With never-before-seen attacks striking municipal networks at machine speed, these governments need more help to keep pace with the sophisticated criminals targeted them.
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Learn where criminals have found weaknesses in municipal infrastructure environments.
Learn how to protect your network from machine-speed attacks.
Learn what gaining 100% network visibility of your entire digital estate can reveal about the largely uncharted vulnerabilities that attackers are targeting today.
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Justin Fier, Director of Cyber Analysis and Intelligence at Darktrace
Fier is the director of cyber analysis and intelligence at Darktrace, based in Washington D.C. With more than 10 years of experience in cyber defense, Fier has supported various elements in the US intelligence community, holding mission-critical security roles with Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems and Abraxas. Fier is a highly-skilled technical officer, and a specialist in cyber operations across both offensive and defensive arenas.
Michael Sherwood, Director of Technology and Innovation at City of Las Vegas
Sherwood is the Director of Technology and Innovation for the City of Las Vegas. Sherwood has more than 20 years of management experience, specifically in the field of technology, process improvement and innovation with the majority of that experience being in municipal government operations. Most recently he served as the deputy director of public safety, business services and city technology for the city of Irvine, CA since December 2013. Prior to that, he was the CIO and the information technologies manager for the City of Oceanside, CA.