Increase Your App’s Overall Performance and Value by Minimizing Risk Through Penetration Testing
Mitigating security risks in FinTech is more important than ever
In today’s digital age, financial organizations such as banks, payment providers, and FinTech companies are facing unprecedented cybersecurity challenges. With the rise of new technologies and platforms, the threat of malicious hackers has become more serious than ever before.
These businesses must not only protect themselves against cyber attacks, but also safeguard the personal and financial information of their customers, which can be highly valuable in the cybercrime underground. Our CEO launched the company based off his experience at Wells Fargo, to help prevent these exact attacks.
Last year, Software Secured found an average of 17 vulnerabilities per product in the financial services space.
Beyond compliance: Why FinTech companies must embrace penetration testing to enhance security
Financial services providers must comply with a growing number of regulations and internal audits designed to ensure the security and integrity of the financial sector.
These regulations add an additional layer of complexity to an already challenging cybersecurity landscape, forcing businesses to stay vigilant and up-to-date with the latest best practices and security measures. Penetration testing helps you earn and maintain PCI-DSS compliance.
DID YOU KNOW: Cryptojacking is incredibly prevalent, growing by 230% in 2022, according to Kaspersky Lab.
By investing in robust cybersecurity measures such as penetration testing and staying ahead of emerging threats, financial services providers can better protect themselves and their customers from the growing threat of cyber attacks.
Penetration testing as a Service (PTaaS) gives you access to consulting hours to help you make difficult security decisions to stay ahead of these growing threats.