G LBA Guidelines
Are You a Financial Institution Providing Consumers Financial Products or Services?
Financial institutions providing customers with financial products or services are subject to the regulatory requirements outlined in the Gramm-Leach-Billey Act or GLBA. This act outlines the safeguards required to ensure the protection of confidential customer information which includes the ongoing monitoring of network systems, real time alerting, as well as proof of compliance and remediation. New England financial institutions rely on us to stay ahead of the ever-changing requirements of GLBA compliance to protect their customers and mitigate the effects of today’s increasingly hostile cyber intrusion trends.
If you are a financial institution providing customers with financial products or services, it’s highly probable you are subject to the requirements set by GLBA standards. These standards outline the way financial institutions must explain and verify their information sharing practices with customers as well as the methodologies used to validate their security strategies. These constantly evolving requirements require a solution provider who not only understands how financial institutions manage data and use technology but are also well acquainted with the GLBA’s dynamic compliance requirements.
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