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Top Cyberwarfare Challenges Facing Governments in 2024

By David Gewirtz

The rapid digitalization of government services, coupled with the global proliferation of interconnected technologies like IoT and 5G, has expanded the attack surface, exposing vulnerabilities in previously secure systems.
Ransomware and cyber extortion have become more prevalent, posing severe risks to essential public services and national security. Moreover, the blurring lines between geopolitical conflicts and cyberwarfare have led to an increased frequency of cross-border cyberattacks, complicating attribution and response strategies.

Looking ahead to 2024 and beyond, the cyberwarfare landscape for governments will likely be defined by advanced persistent threats, deepening concerns over supply chain security, and the growing sophistication of disinformation campaigns.
The challenges of ensuring secure, resilient digital infrastructure are overwhelming, requiring continual adaptation of cyber defense mechanisms. As governments bolster their cybersecurity capabilities, they must also navigate the complexities of international cyber laws and the escalating cyber arms race.

 

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