Before you review your current cybersecurity strategy or create a policy from scratch, you need to review what cyber security controls you have in place to protect your bank.
You have a responsibility to prioritize your security investments to stop cyber attacks. A good place to start will be to check your security controls against the Consensus Audit Guidelines or CAG, which was created by a consortium of federal agencies and private organizations in 2009, and it lists the twenty (20) most critical cyber security controls that infrastructure industries – including financial services – should have in place.
For example, three CAG controls are
- One. Secure Configurations of Network Devices Such as Firewalls And Routers.
- Two. Anti-Malware Defenses, and
- Three. Data-Leakage Protection
Attend this webinar to discover more about these controls, and receive a complete list of the top twenty (20) CAG Security Controls to protect your bank from cyber crime.
Learn more about Carly Souther's webinar 10 Steps to Cybersecurity Continuity & Compliance