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Increasingly sophisticated threats and growing concerns over data loss and identity theft occupy today's headlines. It's no wonder we're seeing tighter requirements and rapidly-changing regulations. But focusing solely on requirements, as many do, can lead to a disjointed strategy that is neither comprehensive nor aligned with business goals.
While compliance mandates are often used to drive security investments, compliance by itself does not ensure an institution's security posture. Protecting your enterprise from cybercriminals and costly human error requires a broader security strategy of which compliance is a part.
This is where partnering with InfoSight can play a valuable role. By joining forces with our IT security and compliance experts, you gain access to new thinking and innovation to address your key business needs and challenges. Applying new technologies and security innovation to risk mitigation and data protection strategies can empower you to identify new growth opportunities and deliver better, customer-centric solutions.
Faster access to information, enhanced business intelligence and increased efficiency of enterprise-wide IT services are among the additional benefits InfoSight offers. Compliance is just one of the many benefits of working with us.
And while compliance cannot be the sole focus of a security strategy, technology by itself cannot safeguard an enterprise. Your people are your last line of defense. Our Information Security Awareness Training will help you create a culture of security within your organization - one that promotes automatic and intuitive behavior in support of information security.
Get started today. Contact us to help you sort out your compliance responsibilities and find solutions that will not only maintain compliance, but also a strong security posture.
What is the
Financial Services Industry?
The financial services industry encompasses a broad range of organizations that deal with the management, investment, transfer, and lending of money. Though every company handles money in the course of doing business, folks in the financial industry actually make money their business. Among these organizations are banks, credit unions, credit card companies, consumer finance companies, stock brokerages, and investment funds.
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