How a Global Bank Protects Its Staff and Assets Using Real-Time Data

Having real-time data at hand can not only improve threat visibility for your security teams but also create more effective workflows. This case study illustrates how, using real-time data, a large global bank protected its employees and customers during an explosion. Read to find out more. 

When it comes to assessing threats in the modern world, security teams must comb through vast mountains of data to identify patterns. For most, this is time and resource that they simply don’t have.

In this case study, you’ll see how a global bank, with tens of thousands of employees spread across five continents, faced a loss of $13 million in 2021 due to high-impact events. Learning from this experience, they shifted towards a more proactive security approach. Later in 2021, when a series of explosions rocked Kampala, Uganda, they had access to real-time data more than 30 minutes before the first new coverage. Discover how it changed their response.  


Know who is likely to be affected, then act fast
The bank made use of geovisualisation to locate quickly assets and conduct proximity measurements, which helped them make rapid yet accurate decisions. Learn more from the full report.

Multiply your security team’s reach and force
With real-time data, the bank’s security teams moved from analysis to response with unprecedented speed. The report shows how this increased their reach and force.

Both large and small teams can benefit
While this case study illustrates how large teams can benefit from real-time information, the benefits are not exclusive to large teams. Discover how you can start your own journey with just a click. 




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