Banking and financial institutions need to secure the storage, transit and use of corporate and personal data across applications, including online banking and electronic communications of sensitive information and documents. The typical IT environment consists of a mix of new and legacy systems and applications across highly distributed networks of branch offices, call centers and web portals. Many traditional point security solutions add complexity and management costs, and leave gaps between systems and applications that are highly vulnerable to attack. The global nature of the financial services industry also makes it necessary to address international data security
and privacy regulations.
HP Security Voltage delivers data security across heterogeneous networks, protects email communications, file attachments, and payment card and personally identifiable information–in use, in transit and at rest.
Insurance companies must typically comply with numerous industry and government regulations including PCI DSS, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. In addition, it is critical to the corporate brand and reputation to protect the sensitive information of both customers and partners across the enterprise. This means securing data used by key applications and systems including payment processing, underwriting, claims processing, human resources, email and file sharing, telemarketing, document management, application development and testing-and more. HP Security Voltage provides complete data-centric encryption for enterprise data protection.
“One essential component of CUNA Mutual's end-to-end data protection initiative is its innovative use of HP SecureData, which unites end-to-end encryption, tokenization and masking. We've never looked at security as a standalone function," Sysol noted. "It needs to be woven into every aspect of infrastructure and processes.”