Whether you are a global financial enterprise or a regional institution, there is a critical need to understand your digital risk exposure and protect your digital ecosystem from cyber threats and compliance risks. Social media and other digital cloud platforms represent unique external channels that can’t be addressed via traditional IT security tools or a perimeter defense.

 

With the embrace of these social media and other digital channels, IT directors, CISOs, and compliance officers often lack adequate visibility into employee interactions to understand corporate risk exposures.

DIGITAL RISKS FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES

Compliance Risk

The financial industry is heavily regulated and has a focus on preserving and supervising all forms of electronic communications.

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Cyber Threats

Digital channels are common targets for cyber-attack because they are relatively easy to compromise – malicious content, account impersonations & takeovers, malware infections, and spear-phishing attacks are among the most common threats.

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Insider Threats

As many as 60% of cyber incidents originate with insiders. The digital channels of employees, outsourced service providers, and consultants have proven to be vulnerable to data loss (intentional and accidental), cyberattacks, and compliance violations.

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Brand Damage

Digital assets are often the target of brand impersonation attempts, social engineering campaigns, or digital sabotage. Even malicious customer posts can result in brand damage, loss of revenue, and shareholder value.

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Legal Exposure and Litigation Risk

Inability to preserve the digital “chain of evidence” for eDiscovery leaves the enterprise vulnerable to legal challenges.

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The world is digital. SafeGuard Cyber empowers your enterprise to engage with customers and new markets securely, compliantly, and at scale. 

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  • Protect their brand on social media
  • Defend against fake and fraudulent content
  • Enable & secure channels for customer service
  • Automate NextGen compliance on social & collaboration channels
  • Secure your enterprise employees and executives 

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