Addressing the Top Three Cyber Threats to Regional Banks and Credit Unions
Criminal organizations and hackers increasingly perceive regional banks and credit unions as attractive targets. That’s why we’ve created this primer—to help IT managers and executives at financial organizations understand not just the top threats they’re facing, but also what they can do to fend them off. In this primer, you’ll learn about the three major threats you’re likely to encounter and the remediation for handling each.
Threat #1: Phishing - Email spoofing or instant messaging that often directs users to enter personal information at a fake website, the look and feel of which are almost identical to the legitimate one.
Threat #2: Web vulnerabilities - Increasingly becoming a doorway for hackers, web vulnerabilities can manifest in forms ranging from SQL injection attacks to basic buffer overruns.
Threat #3: Ransomware - Once installed, encrypts assets (like databases) and requires an organization to pay a fee to a criminal to decrypt them again.
Download this white paper now to learn about tools and techniques that will help you defend against the most common, dangerous attacks to regional banks and credit unions.