Protect Your Investment and Your Community with Website Security

Government is the Second Largest Target for Hackers

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The Trusted Lead in Cybersecurity for Local Government

We invest over $1 million annually on cybersecurity to mitigate the risks that you face every day

The benefits of our investment include the ability to offer 99.7% up-time in a tier II data center that is fully redundant. With multiple network providers, burst band-width, and live 24/7/365 emergency support, we’re working hard to stay ahead of the ever-changing security landscape.

Hosting

Hosting

To support over 3,500 websites, we have partnered with a highly-respected colocation data center provider.

Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery

While our primary data center is in a highly reliable location and generally out of harm’s way, we don’t take any chances. That’s why we offers a second, geographically diverse data center for disaster recovery.

Cyber Security

Cybersecurity

Security generally refers to the safety and security of our clients’ data, website operations, and the overall viability of our solution to assure business continuity.

Advancements in Security for Your Cybersecurity Needs

Cybersecurity is a high-profile topic that makes the news daily. Every industry is a target, but government has surpassed the financial industry to become the second most targeted industry by hackers. Attack sizes, and their frequency, are increasing at alarming rates and CivicPlus® has been at the forefront of the latest advancements in security, protecting and advising local government on their cybersecurity needs. 

Breakdown of Security Hacks by Industry

Attack Sizes Have Increased Over the Last 5 Years

Over the last five years, the maximum attack size has increased nearly 85 percent each year. Today, the average attack occurs at a rate of nearly 1 Gbps, making it possible for attackers to take an entire organization offline in a matter of seconds if not properly protected by the highest levels of security. If current growth trends continue, the average attack size will reach nearly 1.2 Gbps by the end of 2017—a rate that most local governments will not be able to sustain if attacked.

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