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Abnormal for State and Local Government

Discover the AI-based email security platform that protects state and local governments from the full spectrum of email attacks.
Abnormal for State and Local Government

Attackers Target Government Agencies for Valuable Data

Threat actors know that state and local governments have troves of data and access to critical operational processes. Unfortunately, they’re also aware that these organizations often don’t have enterprise-level security tools to keep them out. The result is an ongoing wave of disruptive, costly incidents involving city, county, and state agencies.

Legacy Security Tools Can’t Block Advanced Threats

Traditional email security tools like secure email gateways aren’t designed to detect advanced socially-engineered attacks. Modern threat actors exploit common psychological vulnerabilities as well as trusted names and relationships to trick or pressure recipients into sharing information, downloading malware, or transferring funds.

Modern Email Security for State and Local Governments

Abnormal’s cloud-native solution integrates with Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace in minutes and uses thousands of signals across identity, behavior, and content to separate legitimate messages from dangerous threats. Because Abnormal recognizes anomalies even in ongoing conversations, it immediately detects and remediates threats that legacy systems miss—keeping state and local government agencies secure and operational.

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Email-Based Attacks Lead to Costly Incidents for State and Local Governments

$2.07M

average cost of a public sector data breach.

2,792

successful data compromise attacks targeting government agencies in 2022.

$2.4B

total business email compromise losses reported to the FBI in 2021.

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