Security agency finalising assessment of govt’s cybersecurity

Following a public statement by Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Dean Macpherson on July 10, reporting that R300-million had allegedly been siphoned off from the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) over a ten-year period through cybercrime, the State Security Agency (SSA) says it continues to provide support and advice to government departments on cybersecurity. The agency says it is finalising a consolidated assessment of government’s cybersecurity strengths and initiatives under way to address any weaknesses found in the system.

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