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[APAC] Solving FinTech’s Top 4 Security Anxieties

In the past year, 70 percent of financial services institutions (FSIs) have been victimized by ransomware, while direct attacks on bank employees have increased by 38 percent during the pandemic lockdown. With 30 percent of employees projected to remain permanently remote after 2021, the need to secure your global workforce has never been greater.

Join Upendra Mardikar, Chief Security Officer of Snap Finance and David Eckstein, Chief Financial Officer of Menlo Security, as we discuss the top four pain points that decision-makers should think about now and in 2021 to protect their company and employees from potentially devastating financial losses.

Learnings and topics covered:
● Discussion of C-Suite anxieties in confronting the realities of cybercrime
● The most frequently stated cybersecurity pain points stated by FSIs
● The influence of budgets on purchasing decisions
● The importance of connectivity for smaller FSIs
● How Menlo’s cloud proxy is uniquely positioned to address these pain points

Sources:
- Cyberthreat Defense Report: https://cyber-edge.com/cdr/
- FSI Briefs "Financial crime in times of Covid-19 – AML and cyber resilience measures": https://www.bis.org/fsi/fsibriefs7.pdf
- Deloitte "Reshaping the cybersecurity landscape": https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/insights/industry/financial-services/cybersecurity-maturity-financial-institutions-cyber-risk.html
Recorded Nov 5 2020 45 mins
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Upendra Mardikar, CSO - Snap Finance and David Eckstein, CFO - Menlo Security
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    • How SASE enables organizations to taste productivity gains
    • How organizations can create a mix of satisfying integrated controls
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    - The criticality of protecting browser-based traffic
    - Leveraging SASE as a business enabler
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Securing work where it happens. In the cloud.
Menlo Security enables organizations to outsmart threats, completely eliminating attacks and fully protecting productivity with a one-of-a-kind, isolation-powered cloud security platform. It’s the only solution to deliver on the promise of cloud security—by providing the most secure Zero Trust approach to preventing malicious attacks; by making security invisible to end users while they work online; and by removing the operational burden for security teams. Now organizations can offer a safe online experience, empowering users to work without worry while they keep the business moving forward.. For more information, visit http://www.menlosecurity.com or @menlosecurity.

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