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                GLBA FFIEC Compliance

                Ensure Protection of Sensitive Information and Meet Compliance Requirements and Guidelines

                It's no surprise that the financial industry is among the most regulated in the world. Financial institutions are under constant pressure to comply with multiple regulations and meet the demands of internal and external auditors.

                The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 (GLBA) established a requirement to protect consumer financial information. The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) supports this mission by providing extensive and evolving guidelines for compliance. As a leading technology services provider, Secureworks undergoes periodic examinations by the member agencies of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), as well as annual Statement on Auditing Standard (SSAE 16) Type II audits.

                Our security and risk consultation services help support your GLBA and FFIEC compliance efforts by performing analyses to determine the appropriate controls to protect information based on your organizational risk. We provide consulting based on years of security and financial services experience to assist in the development of your security programs and compliance architecture. Armed with methodology aligned with FFIEC requirements, our Professional Services team can help you regularly audit your IT systems, maintain a risk-based assessment of your network, track critical assets and protected data, and understand the impact of threats.

                In addition, Secureworks can help ensure you are compliant through the use of solutions such as security monitoring, managed firewall, and managed intrusion detection and intrusion prevention services to protect your network.

                Key Benefits:

                • Continuous security: 24/7 visibility and security controls to protect your sensitive data
                • Assess compliance needs: identify potential issues and close security gaps to ensure compliance
                • Improved security monitoring: eliminate false positives and get alerted to true threats
                • Certified forensic investigators: if a breach happens, prepare your team for the challenges ahead

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