The lure of actual money and ongoing transactions makes financial services a primary target for some of the most dangerous cybercriminals. It’s becoming clear that, with advances in fraud technologies, cybercriminals are switching their focus away from the ‘easy pickings’ of customers to the more challenging but rewarding targets provided by services providers themselves. Kaspersky Lab's multi-layered approach helps financial services providers to implement an adaptive security strategy.
What We Offer
Maintain Business Continuity and Service Availability
Cyber-risk mitigation and enhanced intelligence means your business can safely offer more wide-ranging services to customers, as well as securing your current offerings. Faced with technologies like fraud prevention and the successful detection of Advanced Persistent Threats, most cybercriminals prefer to switch their focus to softer, less aggressively protected targets. Put simply, you become too secure to be worth attacking.
Detect 'Live' Attacks More Rapidly
The sooner a business knows it's under attack - the sooner it can prevent outgoing damage. That's why Kaspersky Lab doesn't just offer preventive security. We also deliver innovative detection that does more to identify 'live' attacks on your systems. Kaspersky Anti Targeted Platform - as a part of an adaptive security strategy - provides advanced detection that goes far beyond conventional, prevention-focused security.
Adaptive Security Framework
Prediction and Prevention work to stop an incident before it evolves into an accident. Detection and Response define the discovery and remediation of an accident. In this paradigm, each subsequent stage requires greater resource consumption to react than does the preceding stage.
Too often, security receives the budget it’s perceived to deserve, not the budget it actually needs. Security must be highly prioritized and significantly invested in to ensure successful deployment and a strong RTO.
Cyber-attacks are amongst the most dangerous business risks faced by the financial services sector. But while the risks – and the techniques adopted by cybercriminals – are constantly evolving, too many businesses rely on yesterday’s security technologies to protect against today’s and tomorrow’s threats: