Personal and professional privacy is practically taking its last breath owing to numerous attempts and succession of fraud attacks against government and commercial agencies. But, when it comes to considering the UK’s threat landscape, we shouldn’t think solely in terms of geography. Rather, it’s shaped by sector, and how densely that sector sits within a region. With different sectors clustering around particular parts of the UK, it makes sense that cyber-ecosystems operate more at regional level than national level.
With the coming ages of technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT), the business world stands to benefit from having an internet-connected home, vehicle, and operating machines that automate and organize people’s lives. In the wake of such transformations, numerous government agencies are also abrogating their usual paper-based and manual-labour driven workforce and operations to adopt the more digitized and modern approach. For instance, since the cloud has been making a splash in the market, government offices have begun to leverage the vast space the cloud offers to save and upload data.
This edition of Govt CIO Outlook explores the multifaceted advantages offered by security service providers that ease up the data safeguarding process for government offices. Govt CIO Outlook has compiled a list of Top 5 Security Consulting/Service Companies in UK for 2020 to highlight those vendors that have overcome the complexities of data and information security to deliver services that standstill even in the face of a most sophisticated attack. These services are cost-effective and reliable in the world full of undependable offerings