LGA 2022 Annual Conference and Exhibition
Join us at the LGA Conference & Exhibition as we address challenges facing the central & local UK government in protecting their supply chain amidst the prominence of cyber attacks.
HOW SNARE CAN HELP MITIGATE UK SUPPLY CHAIN RISKS
Dealing with the threat means, in the first instance, focusing on the basics. In particular, the Cyber Essentials scheme backed by the UK government’s National Cyber Security Centre, which should be part of any supplier assessment exercise. This offers two levels of certification. The basic level – Cyber Essentials – offers protection against most common cyberattacks. Cyber Essentials Plus goes one step further to provide a hands-on technical verification. Protection against future attacks is essential, because one thing that is clear is that cyberattacks will continue to threaten global supply chains. Here we look at how Snare Centralised Log Management can help Central and Local Govt organisations.
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LGA Annual Conference 2022 | Harrogate | JUNE 28–30th, 2022
OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES FACING THE UK GOVERNMENT SUPPLY CHAIN AMIDST THE PROMINENCE OF CYBER ATTACKS
Cyberattacks and the threat to Govt supply chains As organisations strengthen the security of their IT infrastructure, cyber criminals are turning their attention to the weak links in the supply chain. The Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply makes the case for more awareness and collaboration. Supply chain links are often the most vulnerable point and supply chain partners have a key role to play in ensuring that they are adequately protected.
Cyberattacks are more common than people realise, Victims don’t openly discuss attacks for fear that it will open them up to further attacks. Phishing is pretty much commonplace these days and we are also seeing occasional business email compromise attempts, as well as the more traditional denial of service attacks.