Data Security in Financial Services
Financial institutions, particularly regional banks and credit unions, face challenges both in terms of safeguarding data of their customers and meeting data security compliance standards.
Another issue is Information technology (IT) teams these institutions are stretched thin. They struggle by needing to meet compliance obligations while simultaneously taking care of cyberthreats. This is particularly true for mid-sized institutions without resources dedicated to security or compliance—putting them at risk.
Cybercriminals are ramping up their attacks and large enterprises are establishing and staffing the security operations centers (SOCs) needed to combat them. But what are the options for smaller organizations that don’t have the resources to build data security and manage a SOC, and lack the expert security data engineers required to staff them?
You're about to find out.
In this exclusive white paper you'll gain insight into:
- Security strategies that enable banks and credit unions to stay vigilant and compliant
- Federal and state regulations for the financial industry that pose challenges
- How SOC-as-a-service can elevate the security posture of any organization
You'll also learn about some of the common regulations that apply to many financial firms like:
- PCI DSS
- NY DFS 23
- NYCRR 500
- The Gramm-Leach-Biley Act (GLBA)
Download the white paper today and start taking steps to protect your financial institution.