By Anthony Giandomenico | January 08, 2019
The same concept holds true for cybercrime and the Financial Services industry. At the end of the day, regardless of who the ultimate victim of a cyberattack is, the end goal of most cyber events continues to be financial gain. And capitalizing on the theft of information, whether credit card or banking data or the selling of PII on the dark web, ultimately involves taking advantage of someone or some organization associated with the Financial Services sector.
By Fortinet | January 01, 2019
The Internet has transformed human society at a historically unprecedented rate. Today, the transactions, applications, and data flowing across the Internet from and to billions of connected and interconnected devices have become critical for businesses, consumers, and governments. However, our growing reliance on the resulting digital economy also exposes us to a new range of risks and threats never even anticipated less than 50 years ago. As networks continue to undergo digital transformation to accommodate today’s and tomorrow’s business and social requirements, an equal transformation in how we secure this pervasive environment must also occur.
By Lior Cohen | December 27, 2018
For the last several years, one of the hallmarks of digital transformation has been the market’s rapid transition to the cloud, from applications and services to complete infrastructures. But a growing number of organizations have begun to pull away from that trend, primarily because of security concerns.