Banks face increased pressures to strategically balance the personal relationships with consumers and businesses and at the same time, embrace new technologies that make their services and products readily available to their customers from anywhere and at any time. Financially-motivated threat actors target banks large and small to monetize their sensitive data and assets, jeopardizing business loyalty and customer trust in addition to revenue. In this use case, we will share how our services enabled a regional bank to detect and mitigate these attacks before they impacted their business, brand and reputation.
During this session you’ll learn from Dean Kinsman, Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI Cyber Division i...
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