Our public sector is becoming increasingly digitally-driven, and in making that movement there is also a growing importance of protecting local authority data, much of which can be of a sensitive or confidential nature.
To support that increased digital security, there is often a need for additional investment and changes to the traditional working practices – particularly over this difficult past year and a half and the shift in many cases to remote or hybrid working among public sector workforces. But, for a local authority setting out on this new stage of the cyber security journey, where do they begin? What are the key considerations and steps they must take to protect their data, their staff and their residents? Public Sector Executive have worked with public sector audience, in collaboration with cyber security experts.
Check Point Software Technologies, to understand the challenges that the sector has faced, the innovations we’ve come together to deliver and the overall state of play as we begin to transition out of what has been hugely disrupted and unorthodox past 18 months.