SOS Intelligence allows you peace of mind that you are taking the right steps and precautions to be alerted in realtime of any threats
In January 2022, The Rt Hon Steve Barclay MP gave a speech entitled “Building a cyber-resilient public sector”.
This was to coincide with the launch of the Government Cyber Security Strategy.
He gave three examples from the last eighteen months, from local government, where digital services are increasingly being targeted by adversaries due to the personal and financial data they hold.
No question, this trend is increasing and the consequences can be catastrophic.
The Government is now committed to increasing the resilience of the public sector and local government.
The clear aim is for government’s critical functions to be significantly hardened to cyber attack by 2025.
There is an investment of over £85m to tackle the challenges facing councils, helping them build their cyber resilience and protect vital services and data.
SOS Intelligence can help you do this for a fraction of your IT and security budget.
Digital services are increasingly being targeted by threat actors due to the personal and financial data they hold. The risk of the data being compromised is increasing daily.
Let us keep you updated to what is happening on the Dark, Deep and Surface web. Monitor your email addresses, keywords, domains and more. Sleep easier at night knowing we are monitoring what is important to you.
Forget days of implementation and confusing setup. We can have you up and running in minutes, not hours, and certainly not days. We can also help you integrate SOS Intelligence into your own systems.
Cyber risk management with effective escalation and mitigation, in and across departments, is a key part of the strategy needed. Two of the main objectives are Manage the cyber security risk and detect cyber security events.
We can help you do this. SOS Intelligence provides councils and other local government organisations with curated actionable multi-source threat intelligence.
One of the most well documented cases in recent times is when cybercriminals unleashed a “catastrophic” cyber attack on Redcar and Cleveland Council.
How about a conversation to help you get started?