Administration & government


What type of data does your organization process?

  1. You are storing and exchanging different documents and e-mails such as application documents, and personal & sensitive data of citizens and employees.
  2. You are storing and exchanging essential files in areas of critical infrastructure in the utility sector, public transport, etc.
  3. You are responsible for many public procurements. During this process, you are managing big public budgets.
  4. You exchange documents with lawyers, external accounting offices, banks, insurance brokers, marketing agencies, and others.
  5. You exchange documents and e-mails internally. These include your financial statements & agreements, corporate, preparatory documents, and tender documents.

Why should you protect yourself and your customer?

  1. Avoid data leaks of personal & sensitive data of individuals and employees. Personal data leaks can result in financial obligations, including loans, identity theft, and other illegal use.
  2. Avoid espionage by other countries in areas of critical infrastructure in the utility sector and public transport.
  3. Avoid ransomware with double extortion when data from your notebooks, e-mail, and servers gets stolen, and you are blackmailed and forced to pay a ransom. Hackers will demand a ransom for not disclosing stolen data but might do it even after you paid.
  4. Avoid invoice (or other documentation) hacking - when your customer paid into the wrong bank account based on a fake invoice.

What can happen after a cybersecurity incident?

  1. You might have to pay financial penalties to the regulators (especially GDPR, NIS-2, different Privacy Acts, and others).
  2. You are responsible for public money, so you bear legal responsibility for any irregularities in public procurement.
  3. You might damage your reputation and the trust of citizens.
  4. You will lose your time and money because of ransomware attacks, payment to hackers and the time spent on disaster recovery.