Resource Center:
The Cyber Reset


Government security teams find themselves in perpetual cybersecurity crisis mode, working to detect each new breach quickly, limit the spread within the network, and deal with remediation.

It’s time for a cyber reset across Federal, state, and local governments.

MeriTalk surveyed 300 Federal, state, and local cybersecurity leaders on cyber threats and priorities. The findings highlight the importance of challenging the ‘assume breach’ mindset and explore steps needed to improve breach prevention.

The Cyber Threat Tsunami


of government cybersecurity leaders estimate their high-value assets (HVAs) have been potentially compromised in the past 12 months


are concerned about their organization’s platform security – the architecture, tools, and processes that ensure the security of an entire computing platform

Prioritizing Prevention


say their organization focuses the most cyber resources on detection, confinement, or remediation – just 39% say prevention


want to see their organization shift from ‘assume breach’ to breach prevention in the next three years

Shifting the Tide

agree prioritizing platform security is a key step toward breach prevention

Other keys to making the shift:

Centralized access to cybersecurity data and analytics 91%
Improved vulnerability management 90%
Hardened endpoint devices 89%
Fundamental culture change 89%
Increased investments in zero vulnerability solutions 89%

Cyber Leaders Echo Urgency

Watch: Advice from the Front Lines

Zero Trust to Zero Vulnerability

“You don’t build a skyscraper on a poor
foundation. When building security technology,
you have to start with a trusted foundation.”

Gary Markham
Vice President, IGS

not reaction

not bolted on

not piecemeal

Dell Technologies endpoints embedded with INTEGRITY Global Solutions (IGS) meets the most stringent security requirements in the world, as the only appliance certified at the Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) of 6+. Learn how this solution enables zero vulnerability remote access, including to classified networks: