Probable Increase in Cyber Attacks Against Government Agencies, According to Holm Security
Holm Security stands behind the European Commission and the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) , which in recent weeks has called on authorities to check their cybersecurity defense for possible vulnerabilities. This is in response to predictions of increased levels of cyber attacks. At the Munich Cyber Security Conference last month, Margaritis Schinas, Vice-President of the European Commission, said that cybercriminals were targeting “more and more sectors and entities that are crucial functions for our economy and our societies.”
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“Cyberattacks can pose a threat to our way of life by targeting government agencies that provide us with important services that we take for granted. In recent years, we have primarily seen the effects of cyberattacks on companies such as SolarWinds and Colonial. Pipeline: It is often a weak link that opens the door to the entire infrastructure, says Holm Security’s CEO Stefan Thelberg. “Fortunately, there are intelligent, but simple, solutions available that can identify gaps in your cybersecurity defense before it is too late.”
In response to the forecast of increased cyber attacks, Holm Security now offers free vulnerability scans to all government agencies across Europe. This initiative aims to help detect possible, unknown vulnerabilities in their current cybersecurity defenses so that they can be addressed, and in turn help increase the level of cyber security preparedness.
“I am pleased to announce that Holm Security will offer a free vulnerability scan that will help authorities identify unknown gaps in their cyber security defense. By using our vulnerability management platform, these key authorities can take concrete steps to increase their level of preparedness and protect themselves against future cyberattacks. “
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