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  • Financial services organizations, including banks, brokers, insurance, and wealth management advisors, are subject to a number of regulations to govern data security, making these institutions subject to a great deal of scrutiny over their cybersecurity efforts. This regulatory scrutiny makes data breaches particularly costly. Data breaches can come from any number of sources, including mistakes from well-intended employees, rogue employees, and international crime organizations. Read this executive brief to …

  • Fraud — primarily fueled by the sale of stolen credentials, personal information, and financial information — makes up a large portion of the dark web economy. Mid-sized banks and credit unions don't often have the same resources as larger financial institutions to combat fraud and are becoming a more attractive target to malicious actors. This case study examines a mid-sized credit union that adopted a dark web data monitoring solution to expand its information security coverage to a volatile area …