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Success in today’s hyperconnected world is based largely on an organization’s ability to deliver engaging online experiences – despite the performance and security weaknesses presented by the public Internet. Akamai addresses this challenge head on, enabling our customers to:

• Optimize for multi-device delivery

• Scale to deliver quality video over IP

• Accelerate enterprise and branch office connections

• Secure cloud-based data, applications and websites

Akamai has deployed the most pervasive, highly distributed cloud optimization platform, delivering over 2 trillion Internet interactions daily and creating a powerful layer of defense to withstand today’s attacks while anticipating and mitigating future threats.As networks and applications continue to grow in complexity and the world becomes even more reliant on the Internet, Akamai’s CDN, cloud, mobile and security services deliver a secure, high-quality experience on any device. By enabling organizations to reach broadcast scale audiences, process secure transactions and make enterprise applications available to a mobile global workforce, Akamai removes the complexities of technology and helps government agencies accelerate innovation in a hyperconnected world. That’s why all arms of the US military, 15 of the US Government Cabinet-level agencies and State & Local Governments use Akamai for their critical and often sensitive, online initiatives. The company's advanced web performance, mobile performance, cloud security and media delivery solutions are revolutionizing how organizations optimize experiences for any device, anywhere. To learn how Akamai solutions and its team of Internet experts are helping Government move faster forward, please visit, and follow @Akamai on Twitter.

Cyber threats targeting the public sector are not just evolving; they are becoming more insidious, exploiting the lack of lateral (east-to-west) segmentation within networks to conduct widespread, destructive breaches. It is estimated that government organizations have lost $860.3 million to ransomware attacks from 2018 to 2023.