There are four pillars to creating a mature cybersecurity posture in the financial services which will help to ensure your clients trust you.
First, the ability to assess and test your own exposure and response to threat. Second, the ability to protect your, and your client’s digital presence. Third, the ability to measure the risk and gaps in your environment and incorporate practical, modern methods into mandatory regulatory models. Lastly, the ability to preserve client relationships after a breach through swift bad actor and motivation detection with inherent damage containment.
There are many offers, products, services, and “solutions” from myriad suppliers that may be able to achieve pieces of this overall posture. There may be only one supplier who can help accomplish it all.
Implementing tens or hundreds of disparate software capabilities to achieve a mature posture introduces risk; human latency, process latency, integration issues, latent bugs, and feature parity issues. Having a complex, best of breed architecture won’t matter if/when your brand shows up in the evening news headlines because someone finds a weakness.
Our focus is on streamlining your processes. It doesn’t have to be all or nothing, but it does need to be the right balance of seamless integrations and niche capabilities to increase efficacy and stand up the four pillars for financial services protection. That is what we believe. We can help you realize that strategy through consulting, architecture reviews, risk/gap analysis, capability delivery, and capability management.