Challenge: Wide Attack Surfaces, Not Enough Hands on Deck
Government agencies hold vital functions in our society. Preventing them from doing those functions can lead to a halt in our everyday lives, giving hackers opportunities to leverage the impending chaos to their own advantage. The first challenge for government agencies is the general lack of resources, together with a lack of human experts, as the cybersecurity job market continues to be severely understaffed. The second challenge is effective protection of sensitive information – both of the citizens and of the civil servants.
“Effective protection of sensitive information can only be achieved through continuous monitoring.”
Solution: Automation of day-to-day operations, optimization of vulnerability search efforts
The gap created by the lack of cybersecurity professionals as well as the general lack of resources can be fixed with automation. On the other hand, effective protection of sensitive information can only be achieved through continuous monitoring, application of appropriate cybersecurity tools, and information security training.
Seif Provides a Map of Your Assets, Along With Risk Scoring and Remediation Paths
Extensive digital transformation of government agencies in recent years has left security architecture galloping behind. That is why Seif is designed to be easily integrated via cloud and provide an unprecedented overview of the scale and stature of cybersecurity within an organization.
The automated features, such as the generation and delivery of learning materials to employees, real-life cyber-attack simulations, and optimization of vulnerability scanning efforts after each search help you overcome cybersecurity challenges without hiring an expensive team of experts.
Furthermore, Seif can help you improve your network security and apply continuous monitoring that notifies you of emerging vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and potential issues arising from new, upcoming assets.
Seif continuous assessment that spans all assets gives government agencies a fighting chance against hackers and a real insight and remediation paths for improvement of their cybersecurity posture.