Aren’t we all happy and extremely excited when we find ourselves embracing the digital platform in most of our daily transactions? Today, most of our government business is carried out online and there is more and more hosting of content that was hitherto in the old manual order. However, like any new stage in life, there is need to beware of the danger lurking in the new development. The recent events in the Devolution and Planning Ministry are a pointer that all is not going to be smooth even as we embrace the new technology. When computer network systems are hacked and exploited at the Central government and other departments as it happened two years ago when more than 110 websites were hacked in a single night or as it happened with the National Police Service website 3 years ago or with the National Bank early this year as well in many unreported incidents, then one would ask themselves what would happen to counties’ systems? Are we ready really? Are the people behind operation of our IT systems in the county well equipped with the right skills to protect these systems against the multiple wolves out there who are forever scanning, spamming, conducting multiple reconnaissance trips in all connected /networked systems including VoIP’s, PBX systems, etc? What about the ordinary users? How many organisations have Cyber Policies to govern computer use by the legitimate users?????
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