Central and local governments provide structure and support to the communities they serve. And the communities they serve provide revenue (through taxation) to fund the necessary infrastructure. This includes computers and other mobile devices that keep the government running.
But if a computer goes missing, so does the data it contains. So how well are you protecting the personal information of your community? And what would you do if sensitive public information was breached?
Absolute Software has been providing central and local government with solutions to manage and secure their IT endpoints (and the data they contain) since 1993:
- Computrace products for endpoint security allows you to respond if a device is missing or stolen, if data is breached or compromised, or if the status of a device is unknown – safeguarding public information and allowing you to comply with Government regulations such as the ICO data breach penalty which can be as high as £500,000 for serious breaches.
- Absolute Manage for endpoint management allows you to maintain the health of each device in your deployment so you can prevent the spread of viruses, external attacks, forbidden applications, over-installed software, and other conditions that can result in non-compliance.
Read about how we’ve helped central and local governments manage and secure their IT endpoints: