Financial services firms are required by law to maintain flawless networks while guarding against potentially devastating security risks. Solid network security ensures regulatory compliance and engenders trust among clients.
Based on its years of successful engagements in this industry, Pure Hacking understands the specific responsibilities and regulatory requirements that financial services businesses face. To address these challenges, we offer continuous, measurable protection which meets the requirements for duty of care.
Pure Hacking will map a financial institution’s entire global network, examine the technical controls at all critical points, review its current security posture, measure risk and strengthen protection where warranted. We also enable prioritization of the most critical assets so that risk can most effectively be mitigated and managed in the most efficient way possible. Finally, Pure Hacking helps financial institutions build a solid long-term security foundation and cover their legal requirements.
No one understands the concept of managing and measuring risk better than IT executives in the insurance industry. Our services are ‘cyber security insurance’, an investment to prevent the loss of a company's critical information assets, which is something that executives in this industry certainly understand. Pure Hacking helps insurance IT managers build a solid long-term security foundation and win executive approval by measuring and quantifying progress.
Pure Hacking has examined and assessed the network security status of leading insurance companies, identifying issues and solutions for their most critical assets. We can rapidly discover and map the entire network and then prioritize assets so that risks can be mitigated and managed in the most effective way possible.
Other industries we have worked with include:
These clients all had a common need - to identify threats and mitigate risks. Contact Pure Hacking
today to find out more about how working with us can protect your valuable business intelligence assets.