Scottsdale, Ariz. -- Datashield is proud to announce its membership with the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC). This partnership further emphasizes Datashield’s commitment to our clients in the financial sector.
“Joining FS-ISAC is just one of the many ways we are doubling down on more nuanced service for our customers,” said David Norlin, Chief Information Security Officer for Datashield. “We know one size doesn’t fit all, and a lot of times that means getting serious about bespoke, industry-specific intelligence.”
Datashield will be using the FS-ISAC’s cyber threat intelligence (CTI) to improve our financial clients’ service. Membership includes intelligence calls, cyber-resilience exercises, and thought leadership on financial cyber threats. These benefits enrich our own threat intelligence program and confer unique benefits for clients who also have FS-ISAC membership.
About the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC)
The FS-ISAC leverages its Intelligence Exchange platform and a peer-to-peer network of experts to anticipate, mitigate and respond to cyber threats facing the financial sector. Their members include banks, brokerage or securities firms, credit unions, financial trade associations, insurance companies, investment firms, bank service providers, and payment processors.
About Datashield, and ADT company
Datashield provides world-class Managed Detection and Response services at scale while delivering white-glove customer service. Our company is backed by ADT, a leader in the security sector. We have over a decade of experience and are still innovating the managed security service landscape.
Cyber threats to the Financial Sector
A report from the Ponemon Institute found the cost of cyberattacks is highest in the banking industry, reaching $18.3 million annually per company.
This high-target industry faces a greater number of attacks, increasing cybersecurity regulations at every legislative level, and unique compliance requirements.
Learn more about Datashield and the cybersecurity landscape for financial companies here.