The financial services industry must set a higher security standard in the fight against cybercrime

Banks must be able to respond more aggressively to the threat of cybercrime than ever before.

Cybercrime presents a critical threat to the financial services industry and banks, and the UK banking industry is losing millions each year due to continuous low-level cyber-attacks such as credit card fraud and malware. The time has come to set and develop higher security standards in a landscape where adhering to regulation and protecting the perimeter just isnÍt enough.

Clayton Locke, CTO Intelligent Environment, examines:

  • The evolving threat of cybercrime
  • The need for industry-wide cooperation
  • Promoting security within the digital user experience
  • The ever-increasing need for progressive security

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By Clayton Locke
06 Sep 2016

Banks must be able to respond more aggressively to the threat of cybercrime than ever before.

Cybercrime presents a critical threat to the financial services industry and banks, and the UK banking industry is losing millions each year due to continuous low-level cyber-attacks such as credit card fraud and malware. The time has come to set and develop higher security standards in a landscape where adhering to regulation and protecting the perimeter just isnÍt enough.

Clayton Locke, CTO Intelligent Environment, examines:

  • The evolving threat of cybercrime
  • The need for industry-wide cooperation
  • Promoting security within the digital user experience
  • The ever-increasing need for progressive security

DOWNLOAD WHITE PAPER