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How to Manage Insider Risks in Banking and Finance

  • Key cybersecurity risks for financial organizations caused by privileged users
  • How to manage and control third-party vendors’ activity to enhance overall cybersecurity posture
  • How to monitor Windows and Linux user activity sessions using a single solution
  • Practical tips and best practices to ensure efficient insider risk management and meet the requirements of cybersecurity standards, laws, and regulations such as the GDPR, PCI DSS, SWIFT CSP, and NIST 800-53 
  • Case studies showing how Ekran System helped some of the leading financial institutions to prevent insider risks and enhance cybersecurity 

Read this paper to discover the following:

Banks and other financial institutions put a lot of effort into securing their financial transactions, client information, and other sensitive data from external cyber attacks. However, many cybersecurity risks and data breaches are due to insider threats. The sources of insider threats are third-party vendors, subcontractors, or partners with access to your infrastructure, as well as careless or even malicious employees. Privileged users require the most attention, as they have elevated access permissions and are the most appealing targets for cybercriminals.

Find out how to prevent critical data breaches by properly managing privileged accounts and monitoring third-party vendors’ activity inside your IT infrastructure. Discover real cases on how leading international banks secured their data processing on critical Windows and Linux servers. You’ll also learn how to implement the necessary cybersecurity measures and meet the requirements of industry and cybersecurity standards.