Protect Your Clients Valuable Information
Financial facilities are among the most popular for cyber criminals to attack. The reasoning is that financial services house critical business information, personal information, customer information, and employee data. This data is big business in the cybercrime world; worth millions. A compromise can threaten your credibility with clients as a financial services business and integrity as a company to follow regulation requirements. Cyber threats are one of your top priorities.
Regulations such as Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), Securities Exchange Commission, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and more ensure that your network security is up to the task of protecting your network from today’s complicated attacks. Under these regulations there are many systems and processes that need to be put into place and managed. These systems require constant monitoring to safeguard network and device integrity.
Blackthorn Secure ensures your data is protected but also your compliance requirements are met by integrating the controls needed to prevent, detect, and mitigate risks on your network. Putting into place policies and procedural controls as well as testing network exposure and mitigating found vulnerabilities. This constant cycle insures you and your clients can be at ease knowing Blackthorn Secure security analysts are tirelessly working to protect your critical data.
Financial services institutions we serve:
- Merchant Services
- Mortgage Brokers/Bankers
- Insurance Services
- Financial Planners
- Financial Conglomerates
- Brokerage Firms
- Commercial Banking
- Accounting Firms
- Financial Consulting
- Credit Unions
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According to a recent study by SecurityWeek.com the average number of days that attackers were present on a victim's network before being discovered dropped to 146 days in 2015 from 205 days in 2014. A trend that shows positive improvement from 416 days back in 2012. Unfortunately, Blackthorn Secure responded to a recent breach at a medical facility that was undetected for more than 180 days. It's important to understand how response time can greatly reduce the amount of damage done in a breach.