Is Your Security A Victim Of Its Own Success?
As a sector traditionally in the sights of cybercriminals, financial services historically faced demanding security compliance programs. Yet your firm remains vulnerable to both targeted and non-targeted attacks. Why is that? And just as importantly, what can you do?
While compliance is certainly necessary, it lacks the nuance that provides a truly effective approach to security needs. And its demands and effects may overwhelm your in-house IT security personnel. Something more and different is needed, and with customers placing their trust and money in your organization, meeting those expectations is vital.
Switching from reactive to proactive measures involving detection and prevention could make all the difference. This white paper explains what you need to do to stay ahead of the attackers, both internal and external. Eliminating the risk of a breach just isn’t realistic anymore, but there are steps you can take to identify, contain and eradicate threats that both consider the needs of compliance and go far beyond.
What you will learn in this white paper:
- How to bolster compliance efforts for stronger security in Financial Services
- Why security intelligence and visibility are critical for advanced protection
- Why detection must be combined with prevention for today’s threats
- How targeted threat hunting can help prevent insider threats