Cyber criminals are largely motivated my money, so it’s no surprise the finance sector is one of the most targeted
of cyber attacks target cardholder credentials
of organisations have suffered a breach in the last 12 months
of clients lose confidence in a breached organisation
Attacks targeting the financial sector can use sensitive systems to enable large scale fraud. Cyber criminals have much to gain from a successful attack.
The financial industry is at the heart of all global economies, and its disruption can affect millions of lives. At risk are not just banks, but also exchanges, asset managers, technology providers, insurers, clearing and settlement houses, as well as supply chains to these institutions. Robust cyber security measures are crucial to protect financial organisations from both reputational damage and financial loss. We can tailor a package of specific solutions to your organisation’s needs.
Cyber security challenges the finance sector faces
- Protecting sensitive customer and business data
- Complying with a range of financial service regulations, and ensuring consistent compliance
- Preventing cyber breaches
- Balancing software and network usability with highly functioning systems
Protect your business from the threats against the finance sector
A security partner you can trust
Make sure your networks, systems and web applications are secure and meet compliance regulations. As with all cyber security, a robust security posture for non-profit organisations is vital. We’ll work with you to identify and remedy weaknesses in your security before a malicious party exploits them.
88% of UK companies
have suffered a breach.
The finance sector is one of the most targeted industries. Have you put adequate measures in place to protect customers’ personal data?
206 days is the average time hackers can go undetected.
Cyber criminals can linger quietly within a network, harvesting customer data for months at a time.
80% of data breaches can be prevented with simple precautions.
Basic protocols and security steps are often overlooked. Are you confident your workforce could recognise and deal safely with a phishing attempt?
Frequently Asked Questions
Threats within the cyber landscape can evolve on a daily basis, so vigilance is always necessary.
We recommend that internal and external penetration testing should take place at least once a year to ensure your networks are secure and there is no room for potential threats.
All it takes is for one hacker to decide your organisation is their next target. Unprotected organisations are like fruit ripe for the picking.
Often, malicious users can breach security and access your networks, going undetected for up to 6 months and harvesting data all the while.
It is important that you secure your network and resolve any vulnerabilities that may lead to cyber attacks in the future. Financial institutions are responsible for safeguarding the private information of their customers.
A partnership with a renowned security provider sends a powerful warning message to would-be hackers.
PCI DSS is a payment card industry data security standard. This standard must be met by all companies that accept, process, store, or transmit credit card information.
- Internal penetration testing
- Educate your employees
- Provide awareness training
- Incorporate cyber security awareness
Why choose us?
Our market-leading industry expertise, our client-focused approach, and our commitment to being the best.
Long term solutions
Partner with us for a comprehensive managed service to support and protect your business.
24/7 SOC protection
Our ongoing scrutiny of your networks, systems and applications will identify threats before they become problems.
We work to understand your challenges and develop a unique package of robust security solutions.
Every one of our clients is assigned a dedicated team of security experts to offer advice, guidance and support.
Protect Your Business & Your Reputation.
With a continued focus on security, you can rest assured that breaches and exploits won't be holding you back.