Cybersecurity for the
Public Sector & Government
Why Cybersecurity is Important For Governments
With the rise of hacktivism, government agencies and public sector organizations are facing increasingly complex challenges to secure their assets from cyberattacks. Cybercriminals, often state-funded, seek to disrupt critical infrastructure and operations depending heavily on the internet or internal networks to function. They also attempt to compromise confidential information, national secrets or critical intelligence. These attackers will aim for any weak point in your systems to gain access to other critical systems/databases, which is why it’s become such a necessity to regularly audit all of your operations to identify every way in which you could be compromised.
Canadian governments saw a 20% increase in cyberattacks in May 2020
38% of all malicious actors and attackers are state-sponsored
How Vumetric Helps Government Agencies
Our services have helped improve the cybersecurity of various governments agencies, from finance regulators to the justice department. Here’s how we helped:
We help you prevent damaging cyberattacks
With the help of a penetration test, we simulate a real hacking scenario to identify your vulnerabilities and to provide evidence of what hackers could accomplish.
We help you fix your vulnerabilities
We prioritize your vulnerabilities based on their risk level and provide recommendations supported by external references to help you fix them.
We help you identify phishing risks
Through a real simulation of a phishing attack, we help you train your employees who are the most susceptible to fall for social engineering scams.
We support your IT security operations
We help you develop a cybersecurity roadmap with measures that deliver a return on your investment according to the efforts required vs. their improvement.
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Questions to Assess Your Cybersecurity
Challenges faced by the Public Sector
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