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To improve productivity during the panademic period , we had to work from our homes because of the Corona virus in 2020. As a result of the timely completion of clients' projects, the firm's credibility in the market increased as well.
With the start of this year, the company has risen to the top of the mobile app and web development market. One of our most notable achievements was when we surpassed the 200-employee mark ( statistics example )
Our list of projects to work on now includes Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), BlockChain (Blockchain), Business Intelligence (BI), Data Science, and many others.
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Yes, threats are becoming increasingly sophisticated, intense, diverse, and numerous. External cyber attacks have increased significantly, according to cyber experts, particularly from criminal organizations and foreign state-sponsored activities. Hacking, malware, ransomware, and cyber terrorism are all part of the ever-changing threat landscape that government agencies must contend with. Governments at all levels are inherently “open,” which makes their digital assets appealing targets. As more processes become digital and citizen services move online, protecting government information resources is becoming increasingly difficult.State and local governments have made progress since the 1990s, but it has been slow and steady.
People are aware of cyber security, but they are ill-equipped to protect themselves. Most people are aware of the importance of data security and the fact that cyber threats are increasing. Effective cyber security, on the other hand, is a capability that is still maturing for not only the government enterprise, but also for individuals who work for or are served by state government. To combat not only aggressive cyber threats, but also accidental, unintentional cyber events, this capability must be continually exercised, tested, and strengthened through awareness training.
It's extremely significant. There has been an unprecedented increase in the use of social media, personal cloud services, and personal devices and third-party applications by employees. This is in line with recent high-profile stories about data breaches and the government's access to citizens' personal data. Unauthorized access to personal information, compliance with state privacy statutes, and managing information sharing with third parties are among the concerns raised by state Chief Information Security Officers.
Mobile devices are extremely useful in terms of convenience and allowing people to be "online at all times." Governments have widely deployed mobile devices to increase workforce productivity and access to resources. However, using mobile devices to communicate and share data introduces security concerns and increases the number of points of access to the network. Mobile malware threats are on the rise, and one of the most serious security concerns with mobile devices is device loss. Personal devices used in the workplace and user authentication are two additional risks associated with mobile devices.The publication "Guidelines for Managing the Security of Mobile Devices in the Enterprise" (SP 800-124) by the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST) outlines a number of items that government organizations should follow.