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Digital Defence: Identifying Threats and Vulnerabilities

Posted on the 11 January 2020 by Lenalenson

Digital transformation is seen as a vital step in the global economy. However, it has made sensitive business data vulnerable to attacks and breaches. That is why the Singapore government added digital defence to the country’s Total Defence framework as the necessary step to mitigate cyber incidents and reduce the possible damage. digital defence Singapore is focused on the need for businesses to assess their risk by identifying threats and vulnerabilities.

An obstacle to successfully detecting an attack is the visibility to the network activities. Changing enterprise infrastructure has made blind spots like cloud services, mobile users and devices, encrypted traffic, micro-services, and Internet of Things sensors. To overcome challenges associated with the siloed nature of IT operations, contemporary security technologies are being made using artificial intelligence and machine-learning capabilities.


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