Protecting Digital Government Programs from Compromise and Fraud

Protecting Digital Government Programs from Compromise and Fraud: Latest Guide

Programs that ensure our national security and facilitate our economic system require the highest level of protection without creating barriers for legitimate users.

The rapid transformation to a digital first world has streamlined processes and raised expectations. Users now expect secure, frictionless digital experiences whether they are transacting with a retailer, donating to a charity, or applying for a visa.

However, unlike other organisations, government agencies are prime targets for cybercriminals, hacktivists, nation-state sponsored hackers, and insider threats.

This latest guide outlines how government agencies can confidently detect key situations that put user accounts, government data and payments at risk including:

  • Screening of new users seeking credentials
  • Attempted logins using stolen credentials
  • Malware attacks and automated bot attacks

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