As a security professional for a bank, credit union or other financial institution, assuming regular responsibility for existing security measures and procedures helps to ensure that customers, employees and assets are in place and functional for the protection of customers, employees and assets. To address these challenges, financial institutions must develop strict and standardized specifications of what security solutions will be installed and managed. A trusted security consultant can help with this process.
In line with current regulations and compliance, it’s important to develop standards for the security solutions of your institution. By creating security standards, you can determine your goal for security platforms and technologies across your business ensuring technology compatibility and alignment and efficiency improvements. You must know what those standards are, how to monitor and manage them and how often they’re reviewed. Valuable questions around security standards include:
Crucible can help at every step of the planning and implementation process to provide integrated security solutions that addresses these challenges and more. By applying our expertise, we can help identify threats and develop security solutions to enhance the safety and security of your financial institution.
From small businesses to large enterprises, our industry-leading security solutions provide financial institutions with peace of mind. Our integrated security solutions include a variety of options and the coordination of the following systems to streamline and enhance security operations;
Additionally, Crucible’s principal is one of the few security consultants to earn the Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) certification. As such, he can review your institution’s required anti-money laundering (AML) efforts and program to ensure appropriate financial and legal controls are in place, and operating as needed, to prevent, detect and report money laundering activities. Call 201-252-2532 today for a free, no-obligation assessment of your financial institution’s security and AML programs.