Data doesn’t sit idle.

What happens when

your Data is moved?

Whether your Data is sitting on legacy, embedded, or cloud system, your Data does not sit idle. When it is moved out of its expected storage location, or even in use, it no longer benefits from the security controls that banks and financial institutes have in place. 

Causing further complications is of course the sudden need for employees to work outside of the organisational network which increases the ability for hackers to remove Data from protected locations. Combined with the increasing occurrence of malicious insiders, Data in the financial sector is becoming more and more vulnerable.

We protect Data

wherever it goes

The truth is, Data is most vulnerable when it’s accessible, and that includes when it is in-transit, or when it is in-use. Unfortunately, this is where well known volume-level encryption tools that only provide security for physical hardware lose their effectiveness. 

Protecting only one Data state is not enough to claim Data is secure - the banking and finance industry needs a better solution. That’s why we designed the SecureAge Security Suite.

We protect your endpoints

from the unknown

Traditional antivirus solutions need help. They’re simply not designed to catch unknown threats and are not able to offer personalised protection. Even the very best 99% threat detection rates still leave devices vulnerable to a degree of malware.

Today’s enterprise endpoints need multiple layers of defence, multiple cloud antivirus engines, and the right combination of control and insight. That’s why we designed SecureAPlus.

100% security and application control

made possible by SecureData

The SecureAge Security Suite and SecureAPlus are powered by our SecureData technology which allows the financial sector to tick all four boxes - virus protection, usability, Data security and compliance.

Complies with Data privacy laws

Our products comply with the following regulations:
- California Privacy Bill (SB 1386)
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX)
- Health Information Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA)
- Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 (GLBA)
- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Gives proactive antivirus and malware protection

When it comes to visibility of endpoints in the financial sector, it’s common for threats to remain undetected for months. SecureAPlus helps via proactive allow-listing and binding of Data. With SecureAPlus, only authorised people can access specific Data for specific purposes and unknown threats are denied by default. On the other hand, traditional anti-malware systems represent passive protection, which is too late. They only focus on known malware and attempt to stop malicious processes that are already active.

Cybersecurity skill upgrading not required

Amid an ever-evolving compliance landscape, it’s a challenge for the financial services sector to keep employees up-to-date with the latest cybersecurity skills they need to make existing anti malware systems effective. With our software, we take away the human-element and secure your files at the most basic, self-contained unit: the file-level. We know the most vulnerable threats are already inside your network and if the solution is not natural, your employees will create their own (non-secure) methods. 

Data protection in all three states

When it comes to customer acquisition and retention in the financial services domain, trust is important and a Data breach erodes any opportunity of achieving that. Not only is our technology inherent and invisible to those that use it, but our encryption software can protect ALL files, every place, every time. Alternative solutions only protect some of the Data some of the time (at-rest), focus on compliance in isolation, or add complexity that introduces risk. We protect files at-rest, in-transit and in-use.

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