As one of the prime industries targeted by attackers for their valuable data, banks and financial institutions know that keeping their information secure is invaluable to their success. Add to this evolving security compliance standards like PCI, alongside wider adoption of general data privacy protections like California's Consumer Privacy Act, and it's clear that a breach could quickly put any organization in the red.
Fortunately, the financial sector isn't alone in facing these high stakes and standards to meet. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has worked for decades to design cybersecurity frameworks to meet strict federal regulatory requirements, and can provide insight for institutions looking to improve their security posture. Join Duo Security Advisory CISO Sean Frazier to learn how the federal government has prepared for the modern extended perimeter, what recent changes in NIST guidelines suggest for the future, and how your organization can borrow best practices from the federal cybersecurity framework.