Secure Financial Services
Protecting against Ransomware, how Cisco Umbrella can help meet 2022 FFIEC Regulatory Update
Ransomware is a key focus for regulatory bodies, like the FFIEC, in adapting to the new cyber security environments. See why Cisco Umbrella is a recommendation for a protective DNS service.
Security in Financial Services: The Webinar
Financial services has been deemed a critical infrastructure industry therefore it needs to strengthen and maintain a secure, functioning, and resilient critical infrastructure. Hear how Cisco can help with security resilience for financial institutions to meet those demands.
Using Cisco Controllers to Meet Financial Regulatory Requirements
How financial institutions use Cisco technologies to help meet regulatory requirements can be fundamental to the diverse technology needs seen across an IT organization's span of control. See how some capabilities within certain controllers can help solve the challenges faced within their respective domains.
SASE – Necessary for the Future of Work
No one could have predicted how important and quickly SASE, which was first coined in 2019, would become relevant to almost every business in order to function in today's environment. Here's how Cisco is making it work for financial services clients.
Securing a Resilient Financial Services Enterprise
Keeping up with cybersecurity threats in financial services has never been more important and challenging. Learn more about what you can do assess your cyber readiness and build a strategy of security resilience.
Cybersecurity Regulation Updates for Financial Services
Many finance organizations use multi-factor authentication (MFA) but if you fall into New York Department of Financial Services common MFA pitfalls, it may lead to unnecessary risk.
Evolving Threat Landscapes: Learning from the SolarWinds Breach
The SolarWinds breach was a harsh reminder of the vitality of a complete supply chain security solution. Discover how the attack happened and how you can protect your financial institution from a similar loss here.
The FFIEC’s Architecture, Infrastructure, and Operations book
In the third part of the series on the FFIEC regulations read a thorough yet high level summary of the Architecture, Infrastructure, and Operations (AIO) booklet. This booklet focuses on enterprise-wide, process-oriented approaches that relate to the design of technology within the overall business structure.