Security Awareness for Financial Services
With an interconnected mesh of banks and institutions, a single untrained employee can bring down revenues, credibility and networks. Find out how to create long-lasting good cyber behaviors in Financial Services.
The Risks Posed by Cyberattacks in Financial Services
Financial Services organizations are exposed more than ever. According to Kroll Security’s Q4 Threat Landscape Report, 13% of all cyberattacks target these organizations, including Ransomware and Business Email Compromise (BEC).
Despite these increasing numbers, cybersecurity in financial services is also a cause for concern because of the connectivity between institutions. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York says that one attack at a central bank in the US could affect as many as 38% of the entire banking system.
Combining that with the stats we already know, like 91% of data breaches starting with a phishing email, or 52% of security breaches coming from human error, Financial Services organizations cannot overlook human risk in their security assessment.
According to the Boston Consulting Group, financial services institutions are 300 times more likely to suffer a cyberattack.
Right-Hand's Financial Services Solutions
360° Phishing Protection
Phishing simulations, reports, and bulk mitigation of malicious messages allow for a complete human-based defense: prevention, detection and response.
Deliver gamified and mobile employee training autonomously, adjusting the curriculum in real-time based on a user’s previous performance.
Artificial Intelligence to convert policies and compliance documents into bite-sized and gamified training modules in just a few clicks.
“This Adaptive Learning concept was unique to what I’ve observed in the security awareness industry. Most solutions deliver brush stroke training campaigns for all users, but Ally created unique curriculums for each user based on what they needed to know.”