Financial services organisations power the global economy, with modern technology enabling increased connectivity to brokers, fund managers, insurers and lenders.
However, this connectedness has had some unintended consequences – a surge in cybercrime.
Financial services organisations are a prime target due to the large amount of funds, data and personally identifiable information they handle. And as criminal intent increasingly lies behind cyberattacks, such attacks are becoming more dangerous.
Traditional security systems can’t stand up to the onslaught.
In ‘On the money: Cybersecurity in financial services’, we look at the threats financial services organisations are facing and what they need to put in place to detect and respond to threats quickly and effectively.