IT Pro is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

Government agencies face security challenges in wake of COVID-19

Beat the crisis by learning how to secure your network

whitepaper

Cyber criminals love government organisations because the information they hold is confidential, often classified, containing the kind of secrets hackers and state-sponsored groups lust after. The pandemic ups the ante, as hackers are launching new phishing and ransomware attacks exploiting Coronavirus fears.

On top of new threats, government groups are moving at lightning speed into unfamiliar remote working territory. For remote work to be safe and productive myriad training, adoption and security issues must be addressed.

This whitepaper covers the nine government security issues raised by COVID-19, from email safety to the ransomware explosion, and explores how CoreView has the capability to address each of them.

Recommended

Senate report slams agencies for poor cyber security
cyber security

Senate report slams agencies for poor cyber security

3 Aug 2021
Most employees put their workplace at risk by taking cyber security shortcuts
cyber security

Most employees put their workplace at risk by taking cyber security shortcuts

27 Jul 2021
61% of organizations say improving security a top priority for 2021
cyber security

61% of organizations say improving security a top priority for 2021

29 Jun 2021

Most Popular

Salaries for the least popular programming languages surge as much as 44%
Development

Salaries for the least popular programming languages surge as much as 44%

23 Jun 2022
The UK's best cities for tech workers in 2022
Business strategy

The UK's best cities for tech workers in 2022

24 Jun 2022
LockBit 2.0 ransomware disguised as PDFs distributed in email attacks
Security

LockBit 2.0 ransomware disguised as PDFs distributed in email attacks

27 Jun 2022
Wi-Fi 6E is here – but who actually needs it?
Network & Internet

Wi-Fi 6E is here – but who actually needs it?

25 Jun 2022