La ciberseguridad en el gobierno y las administraciones públicas

May 24, 2022 | Ciberseguridad, Noticias, Soffid

Any government’s primary security challenge is data loss related to security breaches. Protecting sensitive data from being exfiltrated and falling into the wrong hands is a government’s responsibility to their people. This task is hard to accomplish because of the high number of user profiles and application systems. While a typical company has a huge workforce with a limited number of profiles, a government agency used to have more profiles than users.

For government, cybersecurity isn’t only a challenge—it’s a big obstacle to long-awaited digital transformation.

Biggest Cybersecurity Challenges in 2022

Because government agencies have data or other assets that malicious cyber actors want, they will often go to great lengths to get it. Due to the sensitivity of the information government holds and the persistence of many of those who are targeting it, government organizations don’t have the luxury of operating subpar cybersecurity without putting citizens’ data and potential essential services at unacceptable levels of risk.

Cyber risks are higher than ever and their impacts increasingly severe – every organisation needs to take steps to respond accordingly.”

Paul Kallenbach

Even the most sophisticated solutions may not be able to eliminate all vulnerabilities, but they can stymy many threats and help protect against the worst outcomes.

The biggest cybersecurity challenges in 2022 are:

  • Increase in Cyberattacks
  • Supply Chain Attacks Are on the Rise
  • The Cyber Pandemic Continues
  • Cloud Services Are A Primary Target
  • Ransomware Attacks Are on the Rise 
  • Mobile Devices Introduce New Security Risks


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