Government

Secure your citizens' data and meet compliance regulations with Ground Labs

The Challenge:

Citizens trust governments to protect the sensitive information they collect, and governments collect some of the most sensitive Personally Identifiable Information (PII) about their citizens. Yet, that’s exactly what makes federal, state and local governments alluring targets. In 2017, the U.S. Federal government was the target of more than 35,000 data breaches — in 2018, it accounted for more than 8 percent of data breaches and 4 percent of exposed records. State and local governments are particularly susceptible to breaches and, in particular, ransomware attacks — with nearly 170 since 2013.

Elected officials need to earn and maintain their constituents’ trust — stolen data weakens that trust while threatening stability and security. It’s now more important than ever for government organizations and agencies to discover and protect all of their sensitive data, while meeting evolving compliance regulations, some of which they may have actually helped put into place. Beyond citizen information, government organizations have to secure the same type of sensitive data as most enterprises — such as employee information.

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The Solution:

Ground Labs empowers many national and local government organizations to discover and remediate all their sensitive data — such as credit card information, social security numbers and drivers licenses — on servers, on desktops and in the cloud.

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Organizations today need to be aware of what data they handle, where they store it and what controls they have to protect it. Ground Labs develops products that fit this requirement. The tools are easy to use yet provide incredibly valuable information that can be acted on for further analysis or remedial efforts. The applications support most popular operating systems, databases and also a number of online applications.

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