Secure Sensitive Customer Information Shared Across and Outside of Your Organization

Sharing sensitive information, such as customer data, is a crucial part of the banking industry. Emails and files containing private and highly regulated data travel across business units, vendors, partners and outsourced agencies. These scenarios pose a compliance risk if data is breached or misused when not in your possession. Learn how Seclore can secure files to enable your employees to share sensitive information with no risk to your bank.

Data-Centric Security to Protect Your PII

There are many areas where sensitive data can be leaked. Scroll over the six departments in the diagram below to see where your bank may be vulnerable to data loss.

Lending / Underwriting

Confidential financial information, business models, revenue projection and other private data is shared across multiple teams and departments during the loan approval process.

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Finance / M&A / Board / Contracts / Legal

Executives share strategic documents with board members and advisors via email.

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Outsourcing / Customer Data

Customer data is shared with third-party vendors for check/statement printing, and card personalization/embossing.

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Audit & Compliance

Credit and risk reports are extracted from transactional systems and contain highly confidential corporate statistics, financial data, sales data, foreign exchange information, operational metrics and more.

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Collections / Customer Data

Sensitive customer information on delinquent loans is sent to third-party collections agencies.

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HR / Employee Data

Employee data is shared across business units and with outsourced agencies such as payroll and benefit companies.

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Find out how to address GDPR with Data-Centric Security.

Meet Compliance with Seclore Data-Centric Security Platform

Regardless of where your clients’ data resides, personally identifiable information is subject to such regulations as PCI-DSS and GDPR.

Seclore’s Data-Centric Security Platform helps ensure that your information is always secure, even when you need to share data with external agencies and outsource partners. This ‘protection wherever information goes’, is a key requirement in many of the new regulations.

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