How do governments protect citizens’ data?

Four areas that officials must pay attention to.

Latest research shows a rising trend in attacks targeting government agencies in the region. A new report for Check Point by GovInsider sets out how governments can cope with new threats and keep citizens’ data secure. There are four key areas governments must prioritise, Check Point says. The company’s Chief Strategist for Threat Prevention, Tony Jarvis, explains how to address each of them.
  • Smartphones - the information they hold and their wide use makes them attractive targets
  • Communications - attackers craft infected emails enticing users to open them
  • Sophisticated malware - new kinds of malware mutate to avoid being caught
  • Internet of Things - cloud is the future of securing sensors networks and their data
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