Financial Services

Can you afford the costs of a data breach in your industry?

According to research by The Ponemon Institute, the average cost of a data breach in the financial industry is $221 per stolen record.

Is your security and compliance posture as strong as it needs to be to avoid a data breach?

Secure Your Financial Data and Meet Compliance Regulations

Banks, credit unions, hedge funds, and other financial institutions face major challenges when protecting financial and customer data in today’s threat landscape. In addition to protecting consumer data and financial records, IT security teams must also deal with auditing mandates for GLBA, FFIEC, SOX, PCI DSS, and a patchwork of federal, state, and industry regulations. 

The laborious task of monitoring, analyzing, and understanding the thousands of log events and vulnerabilities across an IT environment is extremely time consuming, people intensive, and challenging even to a large well-funded enterprise. EiQ’s SOCVue hybrid security-as-a-service solutions help overcome these challenges with a comprehensive security program at an affordable price. By providing the right people, process, and technology, EiQ delivers increased security visibility and guidance to effectively reduce cyber risks and meet GLBA, FFIEC, SOX, and PCI DSS compliance requirements.

The overall experience with EiQ has been incredible. EiQ’s SOCVue hybrid security services have saved me a lot of time, money, and resources that I can now dedicate to more important areas. Where I thought I needed a big security team to help manage my security operations I now have EiQ’s SOC team, which is much more cost-effective and available 24/7.
Andrew Bezenah Information Technology and Information Security Manager
Gold Star Mortgage Financial Group

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