Ensuring cyber resilience is a complex task for government organizations. A recent study showed that the biggest barriers to achieving a stronger cybersecurity posture is the lack of skilled employees and limited budgets. At Tyler Cybersecurity, we work with local, state, and federal government organizations throughout the country who are facing these same challenges.
National government organizations – including the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) – are just a few of the much publicized hacks.
The cybersecurity challenges faced by government agencies are immense, and many organizations are struggling to implement a successful defense strategy. A recent study showed that across 17 industries surveyed, government organizations received the lowest security scores. And the stakes are high – a successful hack could pose a threat to national security and the public trust. According to DHS’s website, “Our daily life, economic vitality, and national security depend on a stable, safe, and resilient cyberspace.” It’s no surprise that cyberspace is now considered a new domain of battle by the US, as important as air, land, and sea.
The escalation of cyber-attacks and the subsequent impacts have heightened our national consciousness over the past few years. The results include new Executive Orders, like Critical Infrastructure (2013) and Information Sharing (2015), and new proposals, initiatives, and policies, as seen in the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP). All with the goal to increase cybersecurity capabilities within the government and across the country.
We know that it’s nearly impossible to single-handedly keep up with the evolving threat environment and cybersecurity best practices, especially when many information technology teams are juggling with competing priorities with limited resources. With Tyler Cybersecurity as a partner, you have direct access to a knowledgeable subject matter experts who can help you create and sustain a program that realistically and cost-effectively protects your organization while maintaining a balance of productivity and operational effectiveness.
Whether you’re establishing a Cybersecurity Program for the first time, or working to mature an existing one, Tyler Cybersecurity Partnership Program provides you oversight, guidance, and counsel toward meeting compliance objectives and improving the security posture throughout the organization.
The annual subscription includes monthly educational webinars, plus you'll have access to a Tyler Cybersecurity professional for guidance on your cybersecurity initiatives and operational processes.
Tyler Detect offers advanced threat detection, incident response support, and compliance reporting across your entire environment, all without the need to invest in costly hardware devices or dedicated resources.
Our team of cybersecurity experts actively hunts down network threats and potential incidents are reported to you in minutes.
To better address cybersecurity risk across all critical infrastructure sectors, Presidential Executive Order 13636, called for the development of a voluntary risk-based Cybersecurity Framework, which was developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
The NIST cybersecurity assessment is complex and can be a daunting resource-intensive task. Tyler’s collaborative approach ensures that the assessment process is effective, educational, and provides actionable outcomes.
Your employees are your first line of defense – and the weakest link – when it comes to cybersecurity. According to a report from PhishMe, 91% of cyberattacks start with a phishing email, where a person is duped into clicking a link to a nefarious site.
Tyler’s targeted training sessions can help you start building a culture of cybersecurity and develop a workforce that understands the fundamentals of cybersecurity, so that they can make smart everyday choices to defend against attacks.
The threat landscape is constantly evolving and cyber-attacks are increasing in scale and scope. It’s just a matter of time before you’ll be faced with a breach event.
Tyler’s Cyber Forensics Readiness Program will prepare your Incident Responders and IT personnel to quickly and cost-effectively capture and maintain forensic evidence. The annual subscription program includes an Evidence Handling Training Seminar, Incident Response Team Lunch and Learn, and Semi-Annual Forensics Collection Exercise.
Organizations should regularly test their security measures and conduct tests to find out where they’re vulnerable.
At Tyler Cybersecurity, we have over a decade of experience tailoring cyber assessments – including penetration tests and compliance and vulnerability assessments – to your specific environment. We deliver concise, actionable findings and effective remediation recommendations.