IT Security

Banks need more than antiviruses and firewalls

97%

of cyber attacks are avoidable, with the right layers

70%

of security incidents involving loss are from insiders

Antivirus

Protect Yourself

Real-time antivirus monitoring for servers, workstations, and even off-site laptops

Easily Run Reports

Generate reports for meetings,
exams, and audits

Set and Forget

with the automatic threat-removal engine

DNS Filtering

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Dynamic Blacklisting

The system tracks and evaluates 50 billion site lookups each day

Block Harmful Sites

Avoid exposure to compromised websites

For All Employees

Cover any device connected to your WiFi, plus remote access

Advanced Analysis

through behavioral analytics, content classification, and reputation data

5 Reasons Why
Antivirus is Not Enough Anymore

Why Reasons Why Antivirus Isn't Enough Anymore
Why Reasons Why Antivirus Isn't Enough Anymore

Security Event Log Monitoring (SELM)

Be Aware

of unusual activity on
your network

Rethink “Threat”

In addition to hackers, defend yourself from rogue employees

Defense from Within

Catch insider and outsider threats through anomalous activity

Meet Requirements

Follow cybersecurity best practices, and document your security log processes

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions about SELM

What is Security Event Log Monitoring (SELM)?

Security Event Log Monitoring is simply reviewing events that occur within your network to detect any anomalies, data breach attempts, or network intrusions.

Does my community bank need SELM?

It is important for community banks to be aware of any suspicious and potentially harmful activity involving their network. Security Event Log Monitoring enables easier and more efficient review and scrutiny of events.

What should a SELM do?

An event log monitoring solution should be able to efficiently comb through all of your daily logs and notify you when any activity needs further review.

Endpoint Security

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Open Access is Risky

Unguarded PC ports rely on the honor system, putting your sensitive data at risk

Limiting is Critical

Situationally block access to all external ports

Easy to Manage

Report on and monitor the access of various machines

Meet Requirements

“Restrict the use of removable media to authorized personnel” – FFIEC IT Cybersecurity Handbook

Protect Your Endpoints

  • USB Ports
  • Bluetooth Devices
  • CD-ROM Drives
  • Floppy Drives
  • Printers
  • Modems
  • Network Adapters
    (Including Wireless)
  • External Storage
  • COM Ports
  • SCSI RAID
  • Tape Drives
  • Imaging Devices
  • Windows Portable
  • IEEE ports

Anti-Ransomware

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Data Held for Ransom

Criminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated and malicious

Banks Are Targets

With high volumes of sensitive data, banks are often victims of cyber attacks

Extinguish Extortion

Prevent a hacker from holding your customer’s personal data for ransom

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Which layers of IT Security do you need?