Safe Systems introduces Incident Response Plan Testing service

Friday 22 August 2014 13:50 CET | News

Safe Systems, a national provider of compliance-centric IT support and hosted services for financial institutions, has launched its Incident Response Plan Testing service, which has been designed to guide and support banks in the current cyber-threat environment.

All regulatory statements about cybersecurity have singled out the need for an incident response plan, and the FFIEC refers specifically to incident response testing.

While vendor oversight does provide some measure of assurance in outsourced relationships, banks have very little actual control over specific vendor-based preventive controls. Additionally, regulators make no distinction between a financial institution’s responsibilities for data security within direct control, and data outside direct control of the institution.

Safe Systems a national provider of compliance-centric IT solutions to financial institutions. The company manages hundreds of financial institutions representing more than USD 61 billion in combined assets, 1,100 locations and over 25,000 network devices.

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Keywords: Safe Systems, Incident Response Plan Testing, cybersecurity, cyber-threat, web fraud, online security
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