New Session Announcement: Implementing ZeroTrust for Fintech Operations: A Case Study on Consumer Account Growth
Fintech services are changing the way we all do banking, loans, credit, etc. At the center of this is a LOT of data. Fintech companies are obligated to be good data stewards of consumer data via the applications, software, infrastructure that they develop and maintain as part of their overall business services. Cybersecurity resiliency will be a key factor in ensuring that consumer growth and trust is maintained for fintech organizations. Meet the topic of Zero trust. A healthy topic of discussion within the cybersecurity company and increasingly a hot topic in fintech startups and more mature organizations recognizing that the ecosystem of their product hinges on solid security architecture. Zero trust is a concept that states that trust should be implicit across these product environments but validated and verified and not simply once but all the time. This presentation will focus on presenting a case study within the card industry on how zero trust measures have factored into the cybersecurity resiliency of the company's software development strategy and data security commitment to its customers.
Most Important Points?
1. Fintech services are revolutionizing the way banking, loans, and credit are conducted, and a significant amount of data is at the center of this transformation. Fintech companies have a responsibility to be good data stewards of consumer data through their software, applications, and infrastructure. 2. Cybersecurity resiliency is crucial for fintech organizations to maintain consumer trust and growth. This is becoming an increasingly critical topic in the cybersecurity and fintech industries, with a focus on the concept of zero trust. 3. The presentation will present a case study from the card industry, demonstrating how zero trust measures have contributed to the cybersecurity resiliency of the company's software development strategy and data security commitment to its customers.