Finance has always been a popular target for hackers and in the year where everything turned virtual, FSI is at greater risk than ever before. A closer look was needed at how technology development can improve cybersecurity within Financial Service Industries (FSI) for 2021 and beyond. CEO.digital partnered with Dell Technologies and VMware to ask the C-Suite their thoughts. These are our findings…
With hacking devices getting smarter by the day and data breaches costing organizations millions in down time and loss of revenue, staying one step ahead is vital for future-proofing the modern-day Finance Business. Not just in terms of cyber security and protecting the global economy, but also for competing with other new digitally native services.
So, the question facing IT leaders within FSI is how to steer their FSI firm in the right direction? And how much of this is solely an IT issue, and not also a people-centric approach?
CEO.digital’s recent survey and investigation with Dell Technologies and VMware found four key areas of focus for FSI firms looking to establish an improved cyber security and IT strategy.
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Creating a Positive Security Culture
Why cybersecurity is as much of a people’s issue as it is an IT issue. Even the best firewalls aren’t enough if employees don’t play an active and informed role in cybersecurity, too.
The Growing Threat of Increasing Data
Financial leaders feel that the exponential growth in data poses a security risk. Download the report now to find out what Big Data management tools can be used to mitigate risks and detect suspicious activities.
The Importance of Good Governance
Security needs to be adequately managed from the top down, with responsibility and engagement realized across the board.
Technology Advancements in the World of Banking
What are the core digital strategies that IT leaders should be prioritizing for the future of finance?
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