How Financial Services Cybersecurity Leaders are Guarding Their Companies Against the Latest Information Security Threats
Criminals have always tried to rob banks. Online it is no different.
In this report, we investigate how cybersecurity executives are ensuring the integrity and availability of their companies’ data in an environment of increased risk.
Inside, we highlight how financial sector cybersecurity executives have responded to a challenging year, characterized by the rapid change to a ‘work from home’ environment and an increase in attacks from cybercriminals.
Then, we highlight how these executives are re-evaluating their vendor relationships in the wake of the SolarWinds hack and the methods they are using to mitigate the risk of third-party breaches. Along the way, you’ll see at how financial sector cybersecurity executives are combating insider threats, securing endpoints and implementing zero-trust architecture.
With in-depth commentary from eight industry experts, it provides an essential snapshot of how cybersecurity executives are preparing to face the cyber threats of tomorrow.
Inside you will discover:
- How COVID-19 complicated information security for financial firms
- How cybersecurity executives are responding to rapid cloud migration
- Key learnings for CISOs from the SolarWinds breach
- Strategies to mitigate the risk of insider threats