State and Local Government

Secure civil infrastructure networks and citizens’ data assets

With a broad customer base of local governments, higher-education institutions, K-12 school districts and nearly half of state governments in the U.S., FireEye has developed a unique understanding of the challenges that government and educational institutions face.

SAFETY Act Certified for more protection

Achieve the highest level of liability protection under the SAFETY Act from lawsuits alleging failure of the technologies to prevent or mitigate an act of cyber terrorism.

Achieved in partnership with the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)

FireEye Government Email Threat Prevention (ETP) has been granted a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMPSM) Authority to Operate (ATO). It is the first FedRAMP-compliant cloud email security offering to provide advanced threat protection for government users.


FireEye Government Email Threat Prevention – Cloud Email Security with FedRAMP Authorization

Defenses for citizen data

FireEye isn’t just focused on one threat vector or adversary type. We monitor all avenues of attack and our intelligence analysts track thousands of adversaries to protect data assets handled and stored by state and local governments as well as places of learning. These might include student records, contractual and financial documents, intellectual property, personally identifiable information (PII) and sensitive email correspondence.

FireEye is the first cyber security company to ever be awarded SAFETY Act certification by the Department of Homeland Security.

The FireEye Government ETP service is the first email security service focused on advanced threat protection to achieve a FedRAMP Authority to Operate.

Solution capabilities

FireEye aims to protect civil infrastructure and put a stop to advanced cyber attacks that target educational and government institutions. Our solutions, designed with evolving threats in mind:


“It’s really a numbers game: I’ve got to be right every time but the attacker only has to be right just once. We have implemented the very best defenses but are equally well-prepared for the remote possibility of a breach.”

- Michael Echols, former Chief Information Security Officer, Maricopa County