By Industry

Financial Services

The connection that financial businesses have to wealth – and the global economic system as a whole – make them a continually high-value target for cyberattackers.

Breaking the Bank

Financial services companies are consistently on the frontlines of the fight against attackers, from financially motivated hackers to state-sponsored intruders, thus requiring more advanced security compared to other industries. The good news is that you can take risk-based steps to reinforce your security posture and boost your maturity.

What the Financial Services Industry Needs to Do

Protect against advanced malware, including ransomware, distributed by organized cybercriminal groups.
Identify vulnerabilities across databases, networks and applications (including mobile, as well as ATMs).
Reduce detection time, particularly on endpoints as the prevalence of connected devices grow.
Rapidly mitigate the impact of a security incident with a comprehensive incident response plan.
Research Report

Post Soviet Bank Heists

Our Trustwave SpiderLabs team has uncovered a new attack campaign targeting several banks and resulting in estimated losses of $100 million.

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Stay Ahead of the Pack.

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    Strengthen Your Defenses

    Protect sensitive information through risk assessments (including of third parties), prevention technologies and penetration testing.

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    Expand Visibility

    Monitor systems and networks for signs of anomalies – both from insider and external threats – and ensure that confidential data stays put.

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    Boost Security Maturity

    Detect and investigate suspicious activities on endpoints, and elevate your incident readiness and response (including with red-team exercises) so that you are prepared to respond if a crisis unfolds.

  • Compliance Management

    Take a Security-First Approach to Compliance

    Get ahead of evolving risks and standards to adopt a streamlined and strategic approach to compliance management.

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2020 Trustwave Data Security Index

The 2020 Trustwave Data Security Index report depicts how technology trends, compromise risks and regulations are shaping how organizations’ data is stored and protected.

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Trustwave offers a comprehensive and flexible portfolio for you to protect your infrastructure, networks, data and users against today’s advanced threats, while ensuring compliance with requirements.

Security Awareness Education

Offer your staff, from the C-suite to developers to the rank-and-file, the cloud-based tools they need to help safeguard your data.

Managed Security Testing

Conduct vulnerability scanning and penetration testing across your databases, networks and applications to reveal vulnerabilities.

Database Security

Discover, assess and report on misconfigurations, improper access controls and other weaknesses within arguably the attacker's most coveted region of your IT environment: your databases.

Threat Detection and Response

Leverage our Security Operations Center experts to detect threats with log collection and SIEM services, and monitor your endpoints to identify advanced threats.

Proactive Threat Hunting

Probe deep into your network using cyberthreat intel, behavioral analytics, anomaly detection and deep-dive forensic analysis to identify ongoing attacks.

Digital Forensics and Incident Response

Determine quickly the source, cause and extent of a breach — and then contain, eradicate and investigate the incident, or get proactive by solidifying your response before a security event occurs.

Custom Engagements

Augment your capabilities with more specialized and actionable counseling, including our Threat Detection and Response Consulting (TDR Consulting) practice and SpiderLabs Red Teaming.