Banks, credit unions, payment card processors and other financial institutions are a prime target for cyber-criminals and with threats from both internal an external actors on the rise, there is a real risk to you business and your brand.
Our customers include some of the most recognized brands in the world including:
With billions of dollars worth of transactions taking place across the globe every day, cyber-criminals know that financial institutions are literally a pot of gold if their systems are breached. With perhaps the largest and most heterogeneous networks in the world, it can be difficult for financial institutions to protect their information across their continuum of business. On top of that, the temptation and ease by which trusted internal employees have access to your customer’s financial information means internal security controls need to be as strong as external security controls.
Meeting compliance mandates doesn’t mean much if you don’t have real security. SSH’s Information Assurance Platform provides the underlying architecture that enables financial institutions to:
At the same time we know that meeting compliance requirements like PCI DSS, GLBA, SOX, FFEIC and others results in industry-wide standardization and best practices while helping to avoid costly fines, penalties and other liabilities. That is why some of the world’s largest financial intuitions rely on us to deliver reliable, comprehensive information assurance solutions to protect their brand and their information assets.
SSH’s Information Assurance Platform is designed to provide the best defense possible by protecting your information assets while in transit, controlling access to your internal networks and mitigation the threats from insiders with our internal security management control solutions. Designed to be minimally invasive and interoperable within your existing network, SSH can be up and running in a matter of days. Our minimally invasive approach also means that as your needs change we can quickly adapt our platform to meet future security requirements and rapidly deploy and scale.
The cryptographic libraries used by SSH solutions are FIPS 140-2 certified, required by many US financial institutions.