Governments face an increasingly complex security landscape—new technology ushering in benefits for citizens, new and emerging threats to contend with, and significant pressure to protect data. But how serious are the risks posed to the public sector by data breaches and other cyber threats? According to estimates, cyberattacks cost the global economy $400 billion each year. The public sector is a primary target, but how can public-sector organisations—large and small—manage digital risks?
By developing a robust, proactive cybersecurity strategy, government agencies will be better equipped to prepare for, prevent and resolve digital threats into the future.
Here are five key steps to improve the cybersecurity “health” of an organisation