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National security experts anticipate a greater number of cyberattacks coming from Russia in response to sanctions from Western governments. Attackers will be focused and sophisticated. They are likely to target US critical infrastructure with goals of stealing data, compromising applications, or shutting down networks and devices. Much of the US’s critical infrastructure is vulnerable and may be compromised by these attacks.
To address this threat, Ping Identity is participating in the Critical Infrastructure Defense Project. Our goal is to quickly improve the cyber readiness of vulnerable infrastructure in critical US Industries—hospitals and health systems, energy utilities and water utilities—by providing free services and support.
Ping Identity is offering 4 free months of these services, plus support, for hospitals, energy utilities and water utilities:
These identity capabilities are the foundation of a robust Zero Trust approach that can be implemented quickly. Learn more about Zero Trust.
Prevent 99% of password attacks by ensuring users really are who they say they are.
Perform continuous, real-time monitoring and decisions based on various user risk signals.