FS-ISAC Financial Security Seminar – Beyond 2 Factor Authentication

The Financial Services – Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) puts on some great financial security webcasts and the one tomorrow, “Avoiding Data Breach Catastrophe – Beyond 2 Factor Authentication Webinar” should be no exception.

Information (From website):

Recent data breaches at public and private corporations have shown that reliance on perimeter level security is not sufficient – once hackers find a way in they are able to collect data unimpeded. A breach at a notable security company has resulted in potential risks to customers using two-factor authentication however data protection that relies on secrecy or obscurity may not be a good approach.  This session will examine potential risks and suggest strategies for pro-actively protecting data in all its forms inside the enterprise.

Ongoing data breaches, so prevalent in everyday media, continually renew concerns about data security in corporations worldwide. Whether the attacks are accidental or malicious and whether they come from inside or outside of your organization you’ll want  to understand and address your company’s data security vulnerabilities.  Minimizing data leaks –  from the volumes of data that flow between your employees, contractors and business partners every day – is paramount. On the other hand, how do you give users the data they need while limiting access to sensitive information to users who truly have a business need?

Join the FS-ISAC and Voltage for a complimentary webcast:

WHEN: Wednesday, March 30, 2011
TIME: 11:00 am EDT / 8:00 am PDT

If your business deals with the financial sector at all, FS-ISAC’s seminars are definitely worth checking out. They are usually top notch and very informative.

And why you are there, check out FS-ISAC’s free on demand webinar:

Evolution of Cyber Crime: Anatomy of Online Banking Fraud
Sponsored By: IronKey

See you there!


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