A customer's financial information is precious to both consumers and the organizations that handle them, as well as an appealing target for cyber criminals. According to the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), the majority of data breaches are financially motivated.
Keeping financial data safe isn't just a matter of doing well by your customers, it's also the law; Regulations including the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act (GLBA), the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) require you to proactively protect customer data.
Reduce your exposure to threats by identifying risks across servers, endpoints, mobile devices and web assets. Prioritize vulnerabilities for remediation with Nexpose, test your defenses with Metasploit Pro, and assess the security of modern web applications with AppSpider. Keep financial data safe from attackers
Attackers are able to stay undetected on networks for an average of 146 days (M-Trends 2016). During this time, attackers are looking for financial information to compromise. Whether your own team wants to do it with InsightIDR or you want our Rapid7 Managed Detection and Response team to do it, Rapid7 enables financial services organizations to detect compromise earlier in the attack chain to keep the valuable data out of attackers' hands.
Increase confidence in your security program Industry regulations require financial services organizations to have a formal security program for protecting against threats. Our Security Advisory Services can help you map your security program to best practices and compliance requirements, and recommend tactical and strategic initiatives for measurable progress.
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