Surefire Financial ActionPAX
Financial services companies face a wide variety of regulatory pressures, including the Financial Modernization Act of 1999, better known as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA). Created to protect the privacy and security of customer financial information, GLBA adds one more set of IT security requirements to the regulatory landscape faced by banks, brokerages, mortgage lenders and other financial services companies.
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Risk Management and Liability Avoidance
Essentially GLBA compliance requires you to continuously secure and protect private customer information. A key first step toward GLBA compliance is to create a GLBA Security Information Plan.
The core component of this plan is to lock down your critical workstations, laptops and servers by developing, deploying, monitoring and automatically enforcing a security policy configuration based on the recommended best practices security policy templates. This allows IT Administrators to translate your written GLBA Security Information Plan into deployable and enforceable workstation and server security policies which is exactly what the Auditors will be looking for during their audit.
Singular Security's Surefire Financial ActionPAX service ensures that your computers comply with critical GLBA security guidelines - automatically. Our service continuously monitors your computer systems and enforces the security policies that protect them and the private customer information on them. Our innovative, intelligent security policy format delivers the most powerful automated security configuration capability on the market. Our service will clearly demonstrate to auditors that you have real-time, continuous enforcement of all your GLBA security settings, configurations and access controls.