Cybersecurity Services for the Financial Industry
Financial services providers such as banks and credit unions are entrusted with extremely sensitive and valuable data—everything from personally identifiable information (PII) to check routing data to global stock and investment algorithms.
This data includes home addresses, Social Security numbers, banking details, phone numbers, and email addresses. The value of this data on the darknet makes this sector a high target for cybercriminals.
The loss of this data and intellectual property significantly affects a financial institution's reputation and customer loyalty. When consumers and business customers place their trust and money in your institution, your reputation for information security is paramount.
Whittlesey Technology's IT Security and Assurance team offers unmatched value. This value comes from the simple fact that we implement security, not just audit and assess it. This translates into better audits and, more importantly, better recommendations.
Whether your organization faces a security mandate such as those promulgated by FDIC, NCUA, SEC, or other regulatory agencies, we are ready to help you achieve compliance.
How We Can Help
- FFIEC and NCUA Compliance
- State Statute Compliance
- IT Audits
- SOC 1 & 2 Audits (SSAE 18)
- SOC for Cybersecurity
- IT Risk Assessments
- Cybersecurity Assessments (CSA)
- Network Penetration Testing
- Network Security “Best Practices”
- Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery IT Plans
- IT Security policies and Documentation
- Security Policies
No-Obligation Cybersecurity Assessment
One wrong click can cause a security incident or data breach and the impact could be devastating. Whittlesey’s Cybersecurity Assessment (CSA) is a comprehensive audit that will identify your level of cyber risk and provide a roadmap to improve it.
Holyoke | Hartford | Hamden
Mark Torello has more than 25 years of experience in consulting, with an emphasis on security and accounting systems technology. Active in his industry, Mark is a member of the Information Systems Audit & Control Association (ISACA), the National Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants (CTCPA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).