Duration: 60 Minutes
With bank delivery and service models becoming significantly more complex – shifting to multi-channel strategies that are increasingly focused on online – the security requirements related to keeping these models running effectively and efficiently also have become much more complicated and challenging. With both retail and corporate customers expecting reliable “anywhere, anytime, anyplace” access to their funds and financial information, a bank’s operations no longer are contained within the confines of the traditional network perimeter. And, with critical data moving among multiple players who operate outside of the bank’s own network – including customers, business partners and regulators – it is more important than ever to monitor and secure both the traffic flowing through that perimeter and the endpoints beyond the perimeter.
How can financial institutions leverage the revenue and cost-savings opportunities that can result from investments in an Internet-based multi-channel operating model, while also mitigating the risks that come along with this environment, both internal and external, unintentional and malicious? What steps must they take to meet the ongoing challenge of monitoring and safeguarding data communications between the bank’s core data center and customers, partners or third-party providers, to prevent intrusion and contamination, and to protect not only customers, but the bank’s own reputation?
At this free, one-hour Webcast, moderated by Bank Systems & Technology Editorial Director Kathy Burger, you will learn how to avoid network security complexity and how to reduce exposure to new threats as well as compliance concerns. Gain insights into how the “clean VPN” concept – a centrally managed, multi-layered approach – can help banks to extend products and partnerships beyond the traditional network perimeter, while maintaining the confidentiality, integrity and security of their information assets in order to meet regulatory demands.
• Supporting emerging channels such as mobile banking and mobile payments.
• Reducing complexity while providing the strictest security possible.
• Leveraging new revenue opportunities.
• Ensuring the security of outsourced partnerships and third-party relationships.
• Reducing TCO and administrative overhead
• Addressing compliance and regulatory considerations, including GLBA mandates, FFIEC requirements, and the PCI payments standard.