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Social Engineering for Financial Institutions

This social engineering module teaches a three-step method to add clarity to a confusing conversation, verify suspicious requests and identity theft prevention prescribed by the Red Flags Rule.

Sarbanes-Oxley Act Assessment

Red Flags Rule Assessment

Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) Assessment

Anti-Money Laundering Assessment

Red Flags Rule

The Red Flags Rule requires financial institutions and creditors to develop written programs, or an Identity Theft Prevention Program, to detect and avoid identity theft.

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)

This module covers The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX), a law enacted to combat major, large-scale corporate and accounting fraud. In this module, we’ll review SOX mandates to enhance corporate responsibility, improve financial disclosures and combat corporate and accounting fraud.

Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)

This module will define the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), explain its purpose and detail the consequences of non-compliance.

Phishing for Financial Institutions

This interactive training explains how financial sector employees and customers are targeted by phishing attacks and teaches users how to recognize phishing attacks.

Anti-Money Laundering

This interactive module explains money laundering and U.S. laws and regulations intended to combat money laundering activities.

Mobile Security for Financial Institutions

This module identifies the security risks financial institutions face from business-based mobile device use, malicious applications designed to attack financial accounts and possible FINRA violations.

Physical Security for Financial Institutions

This module will review best practices for physical security as it relates to protecting printed financial and personal information, including facility access, device storage, physical record management and electronic record transmission.

Safe Web Browsing for Financial Institutions

Our interactive Safe Browsing module shows learners how hackers can launch attacks on financial institutions from unsafe websites and outlines best practices for safe browsing for financial sector employees.

Working Remotely for Financial Institutions

Designed specifically for financial sector employees working remotely, this interactive module details networking essentials and security best practices to help keep remote personnel secure.

Removable Media for Financial Institutions

This interactive module covers security risks to financial institutions posed by removable media.

Social Media for Financial Institutions

This module explains common security risks financial sector employees face when using social media at work, and ways that learners can protect themselves and their company from social media threats.

Password Security for Financial Institutions

Our interactive Password Security module stresses the importance of following internal policies regarding access to sensitive financial information.

Malware for Financial Institutions

This interactive module covers malware and the dangers it poses to financial organizations as well as preventative actions.

Cybersecurity Culture — Quantified

See the data on the most overlooked variable in security and learn how to measure your organization's cybersecurity culture.