Cyberthreats are getting more sophisticated and prevalent, affecting society and economies. Consequently, government regulation is evolving to reflect this risk and drive confidence in the digital space. From 22 February 2018, Australian organisations that are subject to the Privacy Act will need to report data breaches to the affected parties and to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC). As businesses grapple with new requirements on data protection, aligning with the Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) scheme is essential. Managing this alignment successfully means not just ticking boxes, but holistically addressing their cyber risks and becoming state-of-the-art.
Advanced attacks have been able to evade traditional security measures, target specific users and vulnerable applications, steal sensitive information or commit outright fraud. One approach to preventing such advanced persistent threats (APTs) is to identify and protect against new exploits, malware and malicious URLs. This can be accomplished by “sandbox” analysis of unknown threats. Organizations such as financial institutions that are uncomfortable with cloud-based threat analysis may choose on-premise threat analysis solutions to address any data privacy concerns.
Download this whitepaper to read about how Financial Services organizations can use on-premise threat analysis solutions to mitigate compliance risks and maximize prevention against cyberattacks.
LightCyber™ behavioral analytics enables organizations to stop active attackers and malware operating in the network. With LightCyber, attackers have nowhere to run and nowhere to hide. LightCyber learns expected user and device behavior and detects anomalous activity indicative of an attack. Its network-centric model catches attacks during every stage of the attack lifecycle, ensuring all threats are uncovered and eliminated. Download the datasheet to learn the key benefits of LightCyber behavioral analytics.