Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), also known as the Financial Modernization Act of 1999, is a U.S. law that requires financial institutions to:
In January 2022, the Federal Trade Commission amended the Privacy Rule (16 CFR Part 313) and the Safeguards Rule under the GLBA. Among the changes, the updated Safeguards Rule expands the definition of “financial institutions” to include non-banking companies such as mortgage lenders, fintech, and accountants, and motor vehicle dealers.
SilverSky helps both financial institutions and non-bank companies meet their cybersecurity compliance obligations under GLBA to keep their customers’ information safe.
Our security operations analysts monitor, investigate, and disrupt advanced threats in real time inside the perimeter – across your DNS and Active Directory servers, security devices, endpoints, and email servers.
We use the latest threat-led intelligence, best practices, and leading technologies to scan, detect, and remediate vulnerabilities in your environment – before they can be exploited.
More endpoints mean more threats. Our Managed EDR delivers visibility supported by machine learning and automation to prevent, detect, and remediate known and unknown threats at your endpoints.
Defend critical business communications against today’s sophisticated payloads and social engineering attacks with our integrated suite of services.
Our leading-edge Secure Device Management delivers critical functionality to strengthen the defense of users and digital assets in a modern, perimeterless world.