Customers are willing to switch banks if offered assurances on the security of their accounts and data, but nearly a third of customers think their bank doesn’t have a process for dealing with fraud cases, a new Infosys study found.
By Avi Rembaum and Daniel Wiley, Check Point Software Technologies | June 25, 2013
To cope with an increased number of large distributed denial of service attacks, banks must not only have plans in place -- they should consider a broad set of defensive tools that combine on-premise technologies and cloud-based scrubbing services.
With more 7,000 distributed denial of service attacks daily, it’s only a matter of time before even smaller banks and credit unions are targeted. Here are more lessons smaller institutions learn from the big banks.