Protecting Financial Institutions against New Ransomware and Tech Supply-Chain Attacks
How cybersecurity and data protection in finance must evolve to meet a new threat landscape
A pandemic year in the wilderness opened up new vulnerabilities in finance, as institutions wrestled with the rush to remote work and new cloud applications. The post-pandemic era has provided little respite, as cybercriminals and state actors mount fresh versions of ransomware and tech supply-chain attacks. These present dire, costly new threats to uptime, data integrity and privacy compliance in the sector.
The increasing sophistication and frequency of these attacks demand that business and tech leaders revisit their strategies for cybersecurity risk mitigation and response, as well as for backup and disaster recovery. Join James R. Slaby, Director of Cyber Protection for Acronis, as he examines the recent evolution of cyberthreats to the finance sector, and outlines approaches to more closely integrating and automating its cybersecurity and data protection regimens with a boost from machine intelligence.