Financial institutions are an obvious target for cybercrime.
Unless they double down on strong internal security against a broad range of threat vectors, they will continue to be targeted and victimized by fraud rings and nation states. Unfortunately, their IT security is perceived to be deficient — especially within smaller banks and credit unions.
Making matters worse, cybercriminals are adopting new technologies, increasing their coordination and becoming more sophisticated. They’re compromising employees’ and customers’ personally identifiable information (PII) for use in illicit schemes elsewhere. Thanks to large-scale data breaches, they’re leveraging the dark web to take over legitimate accounts.
In this webinar, explore 8 emerging cybersecurity threats that financial institutions need to take seriously by building the requisite safeguards to protect their assets, customer data and reputation.