With the recent release of the new online authentication guidance, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) directs banking institutions to provide a more air-tight defense against risks to their networks and customers.
The barrage of recent high-profile data breaches confirms what experts have been saying all along: Fraudsters are generating more sophisticated and persistent malware to steal your institution's confidential data for profit.
The new approach to customer data security entails a layered security strategy for the endpoints, addressing increasingly sophisticated attacks. Layered security consists of multiple protection solutions working together to achieve complete endpoint protection.
This webinar will explore how to:
Comply with pending FFIEC mandates;
Stay up-to-date with the latest malware and breach trends;
Secure employee workstations and other data points;
Accelerate IT efficiency and support.
With the release of the new online authentication guidance, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) is mandating that financial institutions provide customers with recommendations on alternative risk control strategies to mitigate their own risk.
Increasingly sophisticated malware attacks are on the rise targeting confidential customer information. Customers expect credit unions to protect their personal and financial information at all costs. The new approach to customer data security entails a layered security strategy for the endpoints. Layered security consists of multiple protection solutions working together to achieve complete endpoint protection. Financial institutions implementing a layered security solution can achieve a competitive advantage over the competition by providing their customers peace of mind.
Early adopters will build a reputation synonymous with security and foster stronger customer relationships that translate into higher customer retention.
Join Certified Information Systems Security Professional Byron Hynes, and Carlos Santamaria, Product Manager for Faronics, as they share the latest research and trends in customer data breaches. They will explore examples of emerging threats, and divulge the best practices for ensuring complete security in your financial institution.
Latest data breaches and their implications;
Roundup of malware threats;
The evolution of malware in 2011;
Beyond transactional security: protecting your endpoints where data resides;
Tools and technologies to achieve layered security.
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Byron Hynes is an infrastructure and security specialist with over 25 years in IT and related fields. Building on years of experience implementing networks, databases, and software, Byron also brings a talent for understanding the big picture and a love of finding ways to solve real problems with technology. His skills include a deep understanding of platforms and technologies, a proven track record in managing cross-group projects and initiatives, and sound communication skills he uses as a technical writer, conference speaker, and trainer. Byron holds several industry certifications in security, infrastructure, database administration, and development, including those from Cisco, Microsoft, and ISC2/CISSP, among others.
Product Manager, Faronics
With over 10 years of experience in IT, Carlos Santamaria has diverse experience covering areas including product management, marketing, hardware and software development, training, technical sales, and project management. He currently works as a Product Manager for Faronics, where he manages the entire layered security solution suite.