Keeping Data Secure in the Financial Industry with UDTSecure Fintech Security Bundle

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UDT’s UDTSecure, is an integrated cybersecurity and advanced threat intelligence platform that helps organizations gain broad and real-time visibility into threats to their networks, systems and applications. UDTSecure FINTECH provides a portfolio of services for financial service companies of all sizes that protects their infrastructure, networks, data and users against sophisticated threats while ensuring compliance with regulations such as GLBA/FFIEC, SOX, PCI DSS and FTC Red Flags Rule.

FINTECH SECURITY BUNDLE – ESSENTIALS

• 24x7x365 Log Collection, Analysis and Archiving
• Network Device Security as a Service
• Managed Threat Detection
• OpenDNS
• Quarterly UDTSecure RiskIntel Scans
• Customer Portal Access
• Online Self-Assessment Tool
• Information Security Policy Template
• Security Awareness Training Materials

FINTECH SECURITY BUNDLE – PREMIUM

Essentials, plus:

• Device Management (Moves, Adds, Changes, Deletion Requests)

ADD ON MODULES

ENDPOINT PROTECTION BASIC

• Managed Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
• Managed Advanced Anti-Virus (AV)

ENDPOINT PROTECTION ADVANCED
EndPoint Protection Basic (+)

• Managed File Integrity Monitoring (FIM)
• Managed Web Content Filtering

SECURE E-MAIL MODULE

• Managed e-Mail Security

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