In the rapidly evolving landscape of banking technology and cybersecurity, understanding and implementing effective Identity and Access Management (IAM) strategies is more crucial than ever. Yet, we understand that delving into the complexities of IAM can be daunting. Our goal is to unpack this crucial matter into straightforward and practical measures.
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When it comes to information security and cyber threats, in the past years, topics like ransomware, malware, patching, cyber insurance, and …
Secure your financial institution with our User Access Review Best Practices white paper. 5 steps to simplify the process & reduce completion time.
One of the most difficult moments in my career happened several years back at an ICBA Live event in New Orleans. I can immediately go back to that moment…
We started by jumping in and helping customers manage their information security and cybersecurity. A platform that would simplify complex processes.
“The Customer is Why You are in Business” Allen Duke, Mentor & Father.
The goal is to focus on increasing standardization to develop a more mature and routine approach to user access reviews by focusing on three key areas.
Step Four in the FINOSEC user access review best practice series is to ensure users who have access to your systems have legitimate duties that justify not only access but their specific permissions for those systems.
user access review best practices series is to rate and prioritize the system risks you identified as the most important systems
You should always start this process with the highest-risk systems. These typically include things such as active directory, core processors, wire transfers, and more. Overall, every system you have for which there is privileged access will usually be a higher-risk system.
User access reviews are important, Examiners expect you to complete them regularly, They’re a crucial element of your overall cybersecurity program…