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The cyber threat facing the Financial sector and all of us

Cybercrime is the second most commonly reported economic crime in the Financial Services sector, and vulnerabilities in software have been primarily responsible for some large-scale security breaches.

Your financial institution is only one vulnerability away from being compromised. Corporate board members are also vulnerable to cyber-attacks, storing personal information on their home computers and personal mobile devices. This paper presents where the threats are coming from and outlines an action plan for identifying, managing and remediating them.

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What our customers say

"We are convinced and very happy to use the Secunia CSI. Before using the Secunia CSI, fixing the security threats from vulnerable programs on a computer was time consuming and costly." Read more

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