Cyber Security in Uganda - What you need to know –
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Cyber Security in Uganda – What you need to know

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Cyber security is the protection of inter-connected systems, including hardware, software and data, from cyber attacks. Our approach and services in Cyber security in Uganda comprises logical and physical security –

We use both, to protect against unauthorized access to data and other computerized systems. We design your Information security program to maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data.

The Digital Era

Part of living in the digital era is understanding that our private information is more vulnerable than ever before. News stories about ID theft and data breaches are every where, with the effects being felt by millions of consumers.

And while companies and institutions are constantly working to protect themselves with increasing security measures, our company plays a role in this fight to make sure you are well prepared against any attacks.

Our Cyber security consultation doesn’t involve just businesses, organizations and the government.

Your staff or employee, even family members computers, tablets and cellphones probably contain information that hackers and other criminals would love to have, like other people’s email addresses, names and birth dates.

Suppose, for example, a hacker had access to your contact information, they could get access to vital information.

Role of our cyber security framework

The purpose of our cyber security framework is to help prevent cyberattacks, data breaches and identity theft and aid in risk management.

When your organization has a strong sense of network security and an effective incident response plan, it is better able to prevent and mitigate cyber-attacks. For example, end user protection defends information and guards against loss or theft while also scanning computers for malicious code.

Anything that relies on the internet for communication can be affected by a breach in security. This includes:

  • Communication systems, like email, phones and text messages
  • Transportation systems, including traffic control, car engines, airplane navigation systems
  • Government databases, including Social Security numbers, licenses, tax records
  • Financial systems, including bank accounts, loans and paychecks
  • Medical systems, including equipment and medical records
  • Educational systems, including grades, report cards and research information
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cyber security framework

What your organisation will achieve

Our cyber-security services in Uganda encompass on three information security principles: confidentiality, integrity and availability.

Confidentiality; information that is sensitive and should only be shared with a limited number of people.

Integrity: Keeping your company data safe from being tempered with. When malware hits your computer systems, it can scramble employee personal records, company secrets.

Availability: We make sure controls are in place to ensure those who rely on accurate information are able to access it. Availability is often related to integrity, but can also involve things like a cyber attack preventing people from accessing specific computers.

Non repudiation: Typically, non repudiation refers to the ability to ensure that a party to a contract or a communication cannot deny the authenticity of their signature on a document or the sending of a message that they originated.

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