Keeping Financial Institutions Safe
Ensuring Continuous Operations is a Priority
When dealing with money, every moment counts.
Delays in financial operations can have serious consequences (and costs) for both the customers and the financial institutions they have trusted to execute those transactions.
To protect themselves, financial institutions must also be able to ensure continuous operations even when threatened
by a security breach.
The Need To Deal With Increasing
To protect themselves and their reputation, financial institutions must
also maintain compliance industry regulations like:
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS)
Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)
They must ensure not only their operations, but also maintain the integrity, privacy, and availability of their data. A difficult task given the scope and sophistication of the kinds of cyberattacks they’re facing today.
Even the chair of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) admitted that cyberattacks are the greatest risk that global financial systems face today. More so, the rise of ransomware has hit the financial sector.
Organizations hit by ransomware are often find their businesses paralyzed while they struggle to respond. In fact, a third of the affected financial firms have admitted losing between $100,000-$500,000 due to a ransomware incident.
Endpoint Security. Frictionless
Frictionless Security – allowing your day-to-day operations to continue uninterrupted.
Even if your system is infected.
enSilo Provides Frictionless Security
Financial sector organizations need real-time attack prevention that allows their day-to-day operations to continue uninterrupted – even if their systems are infected with advanced malware. This is a capability that only enSilo offers, and we call it “frictionless security."
Frictionless security means that even if your systems are compromised, you can still keep working.