Cybersecurity in Government
Governments around the world are taking an increasingly activist approach to protect their national interests and critical infrastructure against cyber threats.
Government entities face a plethora of cybersecurity threats, including ransomware, business email compromise, phishing, data breaches, and many are underprepared for the relentless onslaught of attacks that are becoming more sophisticated and targeted.
The government sector must continue to improve its own cybersecurity. The best place to start is to carefully evaluate the threats against government entities, develop a strong cybersecurity plan in response, and invest in the right cybersecurity solutions and best practices, including stronger approaches to identity access management (IAM), such as single sign-on (SSO), strong multi-factor authentication (MFA), contextual / risk-based authentication, and biometrics.
The Cybersecurity in Government whitepaper explores the current state of cybersecurity threats, preparedness, and response capability in the government sector, and provides solutions for increasing the maturity and effectiveness of cybersecurity protections in government.
You will learn about:
- Cybersecurity threats in the government sector
- Why is the government sector an attractive cyberattack target?
- How are governments responding to cybersecurity threats?
- Changing dynamics of cybersecurity threats in government
- Solutions to consider for improving cybersecurity in government
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