Financial services organizations have long been a prime target for cyber criminals. Digital risks are expanding due to online banking, mobile apps, and the increasing volume of sensitive data online and in the cloud. Threat actors are accelerating their use of cyber attacks, phishing scams, ransomware, and typosquatting to exploit gaps for monetary gain or political hacktivism so it is critical for you to manage your digital risks to protect your business, clients, employees and brand safe.
Top Threats to Financial Services Brief
Financial institutions and their customers are no strangers to cyber threats. Of course, not all financial institutions face the same threats; banks, insurance, private equity all have threats specific to them.Get Cyber Threats Brief
Five Cyber Threats to Financial Services: Part One, Insiders
In this blog series, we’ll be shining the light on some the latest tactics and techniques used as part of insiders, banking trojans, phishing campaigns, and payment card fraud. We start with insiders.Read Blog Post
Configuration File of Trojan Targets Bank
Digital Shadows SearchLight™ helps a large financial institution identify and remediate risk from trojan configured to harvest customer credentials and sensitive account data.Read Full Case Study
Bank Discovers Customer Credit Card Numbers Shared and Traded Online
With Digital Shadows SearchLight™, the SOC Manager of a retail bank discovered that customer credit card numbers were being shared on IRC (Internet Relay Chat) channels.Read Full Case Study
Dark Web and Deep Web Intelligence
Manage digital risks on the deep and dark web. Receive curated deep and dark web incidents related to your company assets and perform free-text searches for keywords or sensitive data.View Datasheet
Phishing Site Detected and Taken Down
An IT manager of a multinational financial services holding company involved in Investment Banking, Private Banking, and Asset Management discovered a phishing site impersonating their brand.Read Full Case Study
Explore Digital Risks Relevant to Your Organization
Boards, executives, and security leadership must come together to create a security strategy that protects the company from both the inside and the outside to mitigate risk and meet compliance and regulatory requirements. Digital Shadows solves this problem by protecting organizations from digital risks across the open, deep, and dark web. If Digital Shadows isn’t monitoring the outside, attackers may already be on the inside.
Art Coviello, Former Executive Chairman of RSA, The Security Division of EMC
Digital Shadows provides the most complete and adaptable service when it comes to helping us manage our digital risks. This is crucial for protecting our intellectual property, brand, and reputation as we digitally transform our business.
Sascha Maier, IT & Information Security Manager at IWC Schaffhausen
Digital Shadows has proven that their digital risk management service is incredibly valuable, providing my security teams with context, prioritization, recommended actions, and even remediation options to dramatically reduce risk to Sophos.
Norm Laudermilch, CISO of Sophos
Rather than publishing regularly scheduled, static reports, Digital Shadows’ platform offers real-time, detailed insight into the data it aggregates, the events and leaked data it discovers, and the behavioral attributes and motivations of dozens of adversaries and hacker groups. It also applies its own risk scoring method to offer a business-level view into clients’ current digital risk posture.
The Forrester Wave™: Digital Risk Monitoring, Q3 2016
We use a couple of TI firms and Digital Shadows is my go-to. The most responsive, most professional, and most thorough.
CISO, Major Financial Institution
We could not find a single thing that was not relevant or interesting among the ones you published so far. We actioned all the actionable and took notes of the non-actionable for our organization’s awareness.
Security Executive, Financial Sector
The Digital Shadows platform is complete, with good correlation between actors, groups and analysis of events.
Security Leader, Banking Industry