Overview

Cybercrime and data breaches are daily news. Escalating cost, new regulations and increased focus on managing third-party relationships means cybercrime is a boardroom issue. This executive briefing explains why cybercrime is a relevant and pressing problem, and will show you how to evaluate and invest in layered controls to help you understand the security posture for your organisation.

For Industries: 
Government
Overview

Behavioral analytics are transforming the way that financial institutions fight a wide range of crimes. After using them for nearly 25 years to detect payment card fraud in real time, forward-thinking institutions are now applying behavioral analytics to solve additional challenges. Specifically, IDC predicts that in 2017 behavioral analytics across compliance, fraud, and cyberdetection and prevention will be in place at 15% of banks, helping them to avoid regulatory fines and sanctions. Scott Zoldi explains the power of behavioral analytics and how they can reduce crime across these and other domains.

Overview

Protection of Intellectual Property (IP), HIPAA-protected patient information, corporate financial information and clinical research data are top priorities for all life sciences organizations. The liability of a data breach now extends throughout the entire network of partners. Key vendors and partners may now escalate the risk exposure you've worked so hard to constrain. In this webinar, we focus on strategies to help life sciences organizations understand new approaches to combating this challenge.

Overview

Cybersecurity is a complex domain requiring specialized skill sets and subject matter expertise. Justifiably, organizations support this expertise with significant technology investments aimed at securing their networks and protecting the sensitive data under their care. The scope of these investments requires an ability to communicate a comprehensible result. 

Organizations need a standardized, trustworthy benchmark through which they can understand and communicate their resulting security posture. 

Overview

On the path towards digital transformation, organizations have found themselves in a state of immense possibilities. However, as we are going digital, so are criminals and fraudsters. With the average cost of a data breach reaching a staggering 32m SEK in just financial costs, and the volume of data breaches showing more than double-digit increases quarter on quarter, Cyber-Security is an essential part of any successful enterprise of today.

During this 60-minute webinar, our experts outline how FICO’s Enterprise Security Score will effectively manage and track enterprise cyber-security posture effectively over time. We will also discuss best practice tools to assist with vendor management.

Overview

Assessing the cybersecurity risk of business partners and vendors, in addition to your own network, is an integral part of any comprehensive risk management program.  Executive leaders, corporate boards, and breach insurance underwriters need a trusted benchmark to help them gauge cybersecurity risk and communicate performance results in a clear and concise manner. FICO tools and scoring analytics accurately assess the cybersecurity risk of your own organization as well as any organization you want to work with.

For Industries: 
Banking
Overview

Some of the biggest challenges facing businesses worldwide relate to security. Increasingly, the domains of fraud protection, cybersecurity and regulatory compliance are merging within institutions, which are taking a more holistic view of financial crime. This is critical, as these areas share a need for rapid action based on real-time threat assessment. With this in mind, we asked four of FICO’s experts in this area to provide their predictions for the year ahead. 

Overview

Cybercrime and data breaches are daily news. Escalating cost, new regulations and increased focus on managing third-party relationships means cybercrime is a boardroom issue.

This executive briefing explains why cybercrime is a relevant and pressing problem, and will show you how to evaluate and invest in layered controls to help you understand the security posture for your organization.

Overview

Regulatory requirements significantly shape many aspects of banks’ risk operations. Cybersecurity is the latest area to fall under regulators’ purview; in 2013, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) issued a directive requiring banks to manage risks, including cybersecurity risk, in their third-party relationships.1 In addition, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) offers the Cybersecurity Assessment Tool to help institutions identify their risks and determine cybersecurity preparedness.

For Industries: 
Banking
Overview

Using artificial intelligence analytics and iBoss’ powerful web security platform, FICO (Fair Isaac Corporation) have created the first cyber threat score specifically for the Financial Services industry:

  • Qualify & Remediate threats in Real-Time
  • Reduce ‘dwell-time’ dramatically
  • Prevent Infection & catastrophic Data Loss
  • Defend your Business & Reputation
  • Provides Enhancing & Integrating layer to existing security

During this 60-minute webinar, our experts outline challenges with the detection of cyber-attack within masses of unlabelled data and how to do so in real-time. We will also discuss the fundamentals of transaction profiling and anomaly detection techniques which can learn/adjust to rank order cyber risk.

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