PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: data protection in compliance with privacy
Personal data protection
Public institutions handle a vast amount of sensitive data, including citizens’ personal information and critical government data. In addition, the digitalization of public services has led to an increased risk of cyber attacks.
It is essential to adopt a reliable cybersecurity platform to protect device data and ensure service efficiency and security.
SGBox for Public Administration
SGBox is a proprietary platform developed 100% in Italy. The functionalities of the various modules are able to respond to the minimum ICT security measures for public administrations issued by AGID.
Authentication and access control
SGBox can implement authentication systems, such as multi-factor authentication, to ensure that only authorized personnel can access sensitive data. In addition, role-based access controls can be set.
Data encryption is essential to protect confidential information during transfer, storage and processing. SGBox offers advanced encryption solutions to ensure that data is unreadable to unauthorized persons.
Protection against external threats
SGBox detects intrusions and prevents external threats to identify and mitigate attacks from external sources, such as malware, phishing, or Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks.
SGBox constantly monitors device and network activities to detect abnormal behavior or suspicious activity. This allows you to identify security breaches early and take the necessary steps to mitigate the damage.
Cyber attacks in the Public Administration sector:
Targeted attacks on public institutions can lead to the unauthorised disclosure of sensitive citizen information, putting the privacy and security of the people involved at risk.
Attackers can try to manipulate or alter critical government data, jeopardizing the veracity of information and compromising the integrity of public operations.
DDoS attacks can overload public systems and networks, making them inaccessible to citizens and causing disruption of services.
Phishing and Social Engineering
Attackers can send misleading emails or messages to gain login credentials or to trick employees into revealing sensitive information.