Automated Cyber Security and Operations for Connected Devices in Financial Institutions
Protect connected devices deployed in financial institutions against malicious actors exploiting vulnerabilities to jeopardize the overall security operations.
Enable the dedicated teams in financial institutions to automatically verify these devices are always up and running.
Financial Institutions, pioneers in the adoption of IoT
Financial institutions have paved the way in the adoption of IoT to protect their staff and customers, critical assets and Personal Identification Information (PII) as well as to enhance customer experience. Massively deploying connected devices across multiple sites and networks, financial institutions are challenged with maintaining a cyber and operational hygiene. The operational teams are currently using many different tools and data silos, and require a tailored solution to handle the scalability and variance of IoT devices.
Costly manual maintenance
Inherent cyber vulnerabilities
Start using a solution to gain full visibility and control over connected devices, and answer questions such as:
How can I ensure any of my devices is not currently targeted by a hacker or a malicious insider?
SecuriThings Horizon provides endpoint protection capabilities for each and every supported device, detecting and mitigating cyber-threats in real-time.
How can I predict and prevent operational issues affecting any of my connected devices?
SecuriThings Horizon drives predictive maintenance for IoT devices by providing device health metrics in real-time and leveraging advanced analytics.
How can I reduce my ongoing operational costs?
SecuriThings Horizon helps remotely manage both risk mitigation and ongoing maintenance of all supported devices, in an automated manner and one unified view.
Which devices can be monitored?
Physical security -Financial institutions massively deploy IP cameras, access control and intrusion detection systems to protect customers, visitors and staff, as well as the assets and personal identification information (PII) they are accountable for.
Building automation -Financial institutions deploy connected HVAC, smart elevators, smoke detectors and more across their offices and branches. Any malfunction or cyber-attack on any of these devices can lead to the loss of private data, alarm disablement, a complete shutdown of the building’s elevator system, and more.
How can you protect IoT devices deployed within your financial institution while maximizing your security and operational efficiency?
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