Sage has been partnering with Financial Institutions since 2002, and understands the unique challenges and regulatory drivers you face. With Sage as a partner, you have direct access to knowledgeable subject matter experts who can help you create and sustain an environment that realistically and cost-effectively protects you and maintains a balance of productivity and operational effectiveness.
Traditional bank-centric information security programs have centered on protecting customer information as required by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and codified in the Interagency Guidelines Establishing Information Security Standards. GLBA is now almost 20 years old. Long gone are the days when financial institutions were solely operating within four walls. Today, just about every institution utilizes the Internet to deliver innovative services, expand geographic reach, and attract new customers. The proportion of electronic vs. traditional banking transactions is growing rapidly. In many cases, the products and services are owned, managed, and maintained by third-parties.
The interconnectedness and motivation of cybercriminals and cyber terrorist organizations to steal, disrupt, and cause harm means that financial institutions must constantly rethink their approach to cybersecurity. Cybersecurity expands the traditional definition of information security by including the organization itself, its infrastructure, and the protection of all systems and data, as well as the evaluation of internal and external dependencies.
Preparing for and responding to this growing threat from cyber-attackers is an essential element for business continuity and maintaining confidence in your financial institution's infrastructure.
Organizations that are prepared to mitigate cyber risks have executives that are aware and informed of the current cybersecurity threat environment. These stakeholders set policy, approve budgets, and provide oversight and leadership, so setting the tone from the top is essential.
Sage’s Executive Cybersecurity Readiness Program aims to enhance an organization’s ability to prepare for and respond to cyber-attacks.
Tyler Detect offers advanced threat detection, incident response support, and compliance reporting across your entire environment, all without the need to invest in costly hardware devices or dedicated resources.
Our team of cybersecurity experts actively hunts down network threats and potential incidents are reported to you in minutes.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) Cybersecurity Assessment Tool helps financial institutions identify risks and determine cybersecurity preparedness. The checklist requires deep understanding of the regulatory expectations.
Our FFIEC Cybersecurity Resilience Assessment provides you with a detailed report, and our collaborative approach ensures that the process is effective, educational, and provides actionable outcomes.
Some of the most publicized data breaches over the past few years have occurred as a result of third party relationships.
Sage’s Service Provider Cybersecurity Assessment Program supports the management of all your third-party service providers and ensures you are in compliance with GLBA, utilizing the most recent FFIEC guidance provided by Appendix J of the FFIEC Business Continuity IT Handbook.
The threat landscape is constantly evolving and cyber-attacks are increasing in scale and scope. It’s just a matter of time before you’ll be faced with a breach event.
Sage’s Cyber Forensics Readiness Program will prepare your Incident Responders and IT personnel to quickly and cost-effectively capture and maintain forensic evidence. The annual subscription program includes an Evidence Handling Training Seminar, Incident Response Team Lunch and Learn, and Semi-Annual Forensics Collection Exercise.
Organizations should regularly test their security measures and conduct tests to find out where they’re vulnerable.
At Sage, we have over a decade of experience tailoring cyber assessments – penetration tests and vulnerability and compliance assessments – to your specific environment. We deliver concise, actionable findings and effective remediation recommendations.