CYBER SECURITY FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES

Banking & finance cyber security specialists, Nettitude, have years of understanding and experience working with and helping to protect the world’s most prominent financial institutions from cyber-attacks.

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Financial info-security clients from across the world:

Nettitude is proud to serve a wide range of financial clients from central banks to commercial banks, as well as credit card companies, insurance companies, accountancy companies, consumer-finance companies, stock brokerages and investment houses across New York City, London, Singapore and throughout the world’s international financial markets.

Financial services are under constant cyber threat:

Financial firms are a constant and prominent hacking target for a range of cybercriminals from organized criminal gangs through to employees. The potential for immediate financial gain from transferring money, making purchases, or selling the information on the black market means cybercrime equals big money and it is an ever-increasing problem that will not go away.

These threat actors are looking to exploit and undermine the financial organizations through cybercrime daily, and unfortunately, some do succeed.

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Preparing for cyber financial attacks

  • SPEAR PHISHING CAMPAIGNS

    Nettitude’s consultants have experience of dealing with all kinds of cyber hacking, including high profile data breaches deriving from spear phishing campaigns

  • DDoS ATTACKS

    Through to DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks where the perpetrators can suspend a service(s) sometimes affecting millions of customers at one time

  • ZERO-DAY EXPLOITATION

    Alternatively, hackers can choose to exploit the organization’s network through software flaws known as Zero-day attacks

The threat actors are using a wide range of techniques to get into the networks of world-class financial firms and not only is their customer data exposed but their reputations are being damaged and, in some cases, destroyed forever.

Becoming cyber aware

Thankfully, through cyber outreach and education, a mindset shift in the boardrooms of financial institutions is taking place, and a higher focus is now on the importance of cyber security. Financial Executives now understand that it is not the question of ‘if’ a breach will occur, but the reality of ‘when’ and are working with cyber security experts such as Nettitude to prepare for impact.

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Why partner with cyber security firm Nettitude?

Mitigate cyber risk

Nettitude helps its clients to stay one step ahead of cybercriminals, giving a first line cyber defense and response to all types of incident, and resilience to stand up to cyber-attacks. It also encourages intelligence sharing amongst the finance industry, and sophisticated testing to mitigate an organizations risk of a breach or an attack at every level.

Nettitude’s cyber credentials

As a trusted member of CREST and one of the world’s first accredited CBEST testing and intelligence partners for the Bank of England, you can be sure that you are in the most capable hands.

Research & development

Through its research and development (R&D) as well as active client work, Nettitude’s dedicated R&D team analyzes and studies threat actor behavior, gaining greater insight into the specific threat landscape within the financial sector. It regularly shares its latest findings in PERCEPTION, Nettitude’s quarterly report of cyber activity within the financial industry across the world. Its’ researchers also release financial whitepapers on the effects of cyber relating to the finance industry through topics such as Bitcoin and SWIFT. You can also access Nettitude’s latest Zero-day discoveries through Nettitude Labs and subscribe to receive Nettitude’s most recent findings as they are publically released.