White Paper: Circadence
Cyber‐attacks and threats against the financial services sector are ongoing – common targets include banks, payment processing companies, investment firms, and other organizations that manage financial transactions.
A 2016 study reported that 83% of financial services companies cite defending against cyber threats and protecting personal data as one of their biggest challenges in building or maintaining their reputation over the next year.
Gamification has the potential to bring a financial company's cyber security posture to the next level, producing both value and competitive advantage. Gamification allows companies to best determine how they direct their resources toward mitigating vulnerabilities and threats.
Overview: Cyber‐attacks and threats against the financial services sector
Gamifying Cybersecurity: An opportunity for financial services companies
Project Ares: Solution to the Cybersecurity training gap ‐ a gamified training platform
Preserveing cyber team’s footprint: For future analysis, tracking of growth, and to facilitate strategic role assignments
With password security policies and best practices in constant flux, our effectiveness in safeguarding our organization requires scrutiny. Unfortunately, the regulatory bodies we must abide by do not always pave a clear direction. This is where our own judgment must fill in the gaps. When it comes to password security policy, it is always a good rule of thumb to take a segmented approach over a generalized one. This whitepaper provides insights on how to create a strategy for password policies, while continuing to meet today’s compliance requirements. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Character compositions and knowledge-based authentication Forced password expiration Compliance requirements in the backdrop of current wisdom about secure passwords Future-proofing existing password policies Password expiration based on role
By: I-Sprint Innovations
In the digital era, financial institutions need to meet and exceed the expectations of a new generation tech savvy users with digital broadband access to on-demand cloud-based services via a wide range of mobile devices. In order to earn customers’ trust and confidence in their digital channels, financial institutions will have to secure identity and manage cross-channel access while leveraging mobility and the cloud. This whitepaper provides insights on how financial institutions can secure identity and data in a hyper-connected world where the data center perimeter has blurred and the enterprise attack surface has radically expanded with increased cloud adoption and mobility. Case studies illustrating how financial institutions are implementing prudent steps to engage customers across multiple channels Ultimate aim of the omni-channel initiatives Emerging methods of authentication How to boost security and compliance while ensuring differentiated customer experience in omni-channel service delivery
What is Storage ?
Computer data storage often known as storage or memory is a technological process through which digital data is stored on a storage device, and recorded for an indefinite period of time. A storage device is a core function and fundamental component of any computer which holds the data and information temporarily or permanently; and it can also be external to a computer, server or any computing device.
What is cyber attack ?
Cyber attack is a deliberate exploitation of computer systems, technology dependent organizations and networks which involves various means of malicious acts usually originating from an anonymous source either to steal or alter or destroy a targeted susceptible system. It uses hostile codes to alter computer codes, program logic and data. Cyber attack may include consequences like identity theft, fraud, extortion, malware, spamming, system infiltration, Intellectual Property (IP)
What is Cyber Infrastructure ?
Cyber Infrastructure is a term that typically refers to IT systems that provide advanced technological and sociological solutions to the problem of efficiently connecting laboratories, data, computers and people enabling derivation of scientific theories and knowledge. Cyber Infrastructure consists of computing systems, data storage systems, advanced instruments and data repositories all linked together by high performance networks to improve research productivity and enable breakthrough otherw