Public Service Credit Union’s (PSCU) decision to adopt DefenseStorm stemmed from a need to monitor the activity of super users within its network. This request came from the institution’s examiners and auditors, so there was a strong sense of urgency to find an effective solution that would stand up to the tightening cybersecurity regulations from the FFIEC.
When Peach State Bank’s CEO, Ron Quinn, returned from a cybersecurity conference arranged by the FDIC, he had a new appreciation for the risks that banks face. The CEO’s attendance at an FDIC conference added a renewed sense of urgency to the discussion, which ultimately resulted in hiring DefenseStorm to augment the bank’s cybersecurity defenses.
Attacks against financial institutions are sophisticated and worsening. Staying on top of these changes seems like an impossible task, given the increasing complexity of attack vectors and growing regulations. Washington Trust was actively looking at various security cybersecurity options.
With multiple sites and staff traveling around the US, Live Oak Bank has many systems, technologies and applications that support their small business lending and deposit platforms. Live Oak was faced with a need to have visibility into all areas of the bank’s network in order to support security.