Are Scottish Businesses Prepared for Cyber Attacks?

06/30/2021 by No Comments

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Are Scottish Businesses Prepared for Cyber Attacks?

‘One of Scotland’s biggest cyber security firms says it has detected vulnerabilities in “30%” of Scottish government systems’.
Cyber attacks on government and public sector IT systems are increasins on government and public sector IT systems are increasing. A study last year found cyber attacks made up 30 percent of all corporate incidents made up 30 percent of all corporate incidents.
The Scottish government is taking a number of urgent cyber security steps, including requiring IT companies to comply with GDPR.
However, cyber attacks on government systems are not just limited to the Scottish Governmens on government systems are not just limited to the Scottish Government. Companies in Scotland are increasingly being hit by a “state-sponsored cyber attack” by foreign powers intent on stealing dat” by foreign powers intent on stealing data.
In 2015/16, the Scottish government and its agencies managed to secure a £4. 2 billion cyber attack by foreign power state-sponsored hackers, in what was dubbed the “Black Budget”.
This attack was also used to steal data from Scottish commercial banks in 2016/17.
The extent to which cyber attacks have increased over the last two years is a troubling and concerning problem that the Scottish government needs to address have increased over the last two years is a troubling and concerning problem that the Scottish government needs to address. This is a worrying development for Scotland as cyber security professionals, policy makers and government agencies are needed to ensure Scotland is the best place to do business, secure sensitive data and run government.
Recent research has found that a small number of government networks had been compromised by this cyber attack; the Scottish government appears to be one of the; the Scottish government appears to be one of them.
Two Scottish cyber security firms, SecureEye and ESET have both shown this to be the case.
SecureEye is a market leader in the security industry and has found evidence of 30 percent of Scottish government systems having a vulnerability. By the end of 2016, SecureEye had notified the Scottish government at least 23 times, identifying vulnerabilities in around 30 percent of IT systems for 11 Scottish departments.
The attacks took place from July through November 2017; two months before the Scottish Parliament took up the EU referendum.
ESET has been tracking the cyber attacks on Scottish government systems over the last year, starting with an “unprecedented” breach of the Scottish Government’s IT network in 2016, using a number of different tactics to compromise and exploit vulnerabilities on Scottish government systems over the last year, starting with an “unprecedented” breach of the Scottish Government’s IT network in 2016, using a number of different tactics to compromise and exploit vulnerabilities. ESET also found evidence of the same cyber attacks coming after Brexit, although the research has not yet been publishes coming after Brexit, although the research has not yet been published.
Since the Scottish Parliament started debating the EU Referendum in 2016, the UK Government has not publicly acknowledged any incidents had occurred.

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