The State of Security: Finance

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Over 60% of organisations have suffered a data breach through a third party. This begs the question: What are suppliers to the financial services industry doing to keep themselves – and their financial services clients – safe?

‘The State of Security: Finance’ report provides insights into this question based on data from well over 200 organisations on the Risk Ledger platform that supply the financial services industry.

The report looks at the state of play in five major security domains - physical security, cyber security, cyber resilience, third-party risk management and data protection - and is aimed at cyber security professionals and third-party risk managers in the financial services industry.

In this report, you will:

  • Learn more about the areas that suppliers to the finance industry are doing particularly well in, and those where common weaknesses exist.
  • Obtain data-driven insights to benchmark your own suppliers against.
  • Find out how suppliers to the financial services industry are doing, compared to those serving other industries, when it comes to using applications or systems that are no longer supported and no longer receive security updates.

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