FINANCIAL SERVICES

DEFEND VALUABLE ASSETS IN THE SIGHTS OF HACKERS

Our financial sector solutions are built around the glaring, nuanced threats that the industry is constantly fighting off.

"Cyber risks pose a threat to all financial services firms. Firms should be aware of the threat, able to defend themselves effectively, and respond proportionately to cyber events".
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SOLIDIFYING DEFENCE

BOLSTER STRONG SECURITY PROTOCOLS TO STAY ONE STEP AHEAD OF NEW CYBER CRIME TACTICS.

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Threat Protect can offer an extensive and flexible range of security solutions for financial firms that want to protect every facet of their infrastructure, with cost-effective services based on the scope of your most important data and systems.

Keep your firm in-line with all-important security mandates such as PCI DSS, and fortify peace of mind for all your clients.

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GDPR HEALTH CHECK SERVICE

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become a reality for all organisations processing the personal data of European Union (EU) citizens on 25th May, 2018. The GDPR, which is a Regulation instead of a Directive, includes fines for data breaches of up to 4% of global turnover or €20M (whichever is higher), mandatory breach notification requirements and a 'right to be forgotten,' amongst other new clauses. Particularly notable is that the Regulation discusses both encryption and pseudonymisation, area in which Threat Protect has key technical strengths.

Our GDPR Healthcheck Service can help organisations determine whether they are ready for the GDPR and have the right resources in place.


Up to €10 million, or 2% annual global turnover – whichever is higher.


DEAD LINE 25th MAY 2018


Up to €20 million, or 4% annual global turnover – whichever is higher


Reporting a cyber incident

Under Principle 11 of the FCA Handbook, you must report material cyber incidents. An incident may be material if it:

  • results in significant loss of data, or the availability or control of your IT systems
  • affects a large number of customers
  • results in unauthorised access to, or malicious software present on, your information and communication systems.

Please refer to the FCA website for updates and further information on the above.


How to report a cyber incident

1. If you judge a cyber incident to be material, report it as follows:



2. Refer to the NCSC guidance on reporting incidents.

3.Share on the CiSP platform


Please refer to the FCA website for updates and further information on the above.

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