LinkedIn Live – Why Compliance Isn’t Security: Top Financial Sector Cyber Security Threats by System Soft Technologies

Save the date: An interactive, Q&A LinkedIn Live event for financial institution business and IT leaders to engage with cyber security experts as they discuss vulnerabilities and cyber threats affecting financial institutions, and what can be done to protect data, applications and reputation 

Tampa, Florida, UNITED STATES

TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- System Soft Technologies , a leader in enterprise IT services, solutions and products, today announced the company is hosting a LinkedIn Live streaming event at 11 a.m. ET on Thursday, October 21, 2021. The episode—"Why Compliance Isn’t Security: Top Financial Sector Cyber Security Threats”—will engage with business and IT leaders about today’s vulnerabilities and cyber threats affecting financial institutions. They will also discuss what financial institutions are doing to protect sensitive data and applications and keep a trustworthy reputation.

System Soft cyber security experts Mark Imhoff, VP of Security and Enterprise, James Patterson, Senior Vice President, Financial Vertical Leader, and Ali Hamici, Cyber Security Specialist, along with Collis Dunwoody, Ethical Hacker at System Soft partner Security Compliance Associates, will engage with attendees to reveal the cyber security landscape and share practical ways, best practices and cyber security solutions financial institutions can use to defend themselves from cyber attacks.

“With changing work environments and remote workforces, security vulnerabilities are at an all-time high,” Imhoff said. “Financial institutions must shift their focus from not only being compliant but investing in and incorporating a full cyber security focus. Those that solely focus on regulatory compliance often miss gaps in their overall cyber security posture. Governance is the first step to ensuring a mature security posture.”

According to Black Kite, the top tactic used in ransomware attacks comes from malware (70%) delivered through social engineering campaigns and phishing attacks. With more than 66% of credit unions and 88% of vendors lacking email security to prevent spoofing and phishing attacks, this remains a top threat, along with ransomware, for financial institutions.

To attend this episode of “Why Compliance Isn’t Security: Top Financial Sector Cyber Security Threats,” click on the event page link here.

What: Why Compliance Isn’t Security: Top Financial Sector Cyber Security Threats
Panel of Experts:Mark Imhoff, Vice President of Security and Enterprise Architecture, James Patterson, Senior Vice President, Financial Vertical Leader, and Ali Hamici, Cyber Security Specialist, all at System Soft; and Collis Dunwoody, Ethical Hacker, Security Compliance Associates
When: 11 a.m. ET, Thursday, October 21, 2021.
Where: Join the LinkedIn Live streaming event here.

About System Soft Technologies 
Systems Soft Technologies is a $136 million, privately held, global technology firm founded in 1999, headquartered in Tampa, Florida. The company is focused on helping businesses accelerate innovation through the delivery of exceptional IT products, services and solutions. System Soft’s broad range of capabilities contribute to the success of its clients across various industries and verticals and include digital transformation, application development, data analytics, Big Data, cybersecurity, AI/ML and cloud services and solutions. System Soft expertly combines the right people, processes and technologies, enabling its clients to maximize business value, operational efficiencies and software developer talent through the digital strategies driving today’s businesses to grow. System Soft also incubates new technologies, including two major data analytics startups, Elysium Analytics and Delphian Trading, respectively, next-generation cybersecurity and fintech innovators. Learn more about System Soft Technologies, Elysium Analytics and Delphian Trading, or connect, follow and like us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. For industry news, trends and updates, read our blog.


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