Protect customer financial data

The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) requires financial institutions to protect customer information. Under GLBA, several regulators have issued rules and guidelines requiring a broad range of financial institutions to have a comprehensive security program and other security safeguards. Penalties for noncompliance may include civil fines, injunctions, disgorgement of profits, and/or revocation of licenses. Additional GLBA security requirements are coming in 2022 - see here for more information.

Below, learn more about GLBA and how Rapid7 can help you achieve your compliance goals.

GLBA

Maintain a comprehensive information security program

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Identify risks and threats to customer information

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Implement safeguards to ensure security of customer Information

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Detect and respond to incidents, attacks, and system failures

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Regularly test security effectiveness

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Ensure vendors protect customer information

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GLBA: Rapid7 compliance brief

Protecting financial information means protecting livelihoods. Evaluate your current standards for securing data and learn how Rapid7 can help strengthen those safeguards to keep customer fortunes looking bright.

GLBA: Rapid7 compliance brief