How Wells Fargo responds in today's cyber security environment
At Wells Fargo, we work hand in hand with our clients to address and combat the growing problem of cyber security threats. Since the scope of these threats has changed over time, the safeguards used to protect against them must evolve as well. As cyber criminals are employing more sophisticated methods to gain access to private information, we are tasked with protecting your information so you can safely and securely conduct your routine financial business without the fear of data breach. Wells Fargo continues to explore and implement emerging technologies as a means to effectively disable those who put you at risk.
2016 Cyber Security Summit
Wells Fargo Government & Institutional Banking (GIB), University of South Carolina (USC), the State Treasurer's office, and Palo Alto Networks sponsored a cyber security summit focused on information security, ransomware and its impending threats. The goal of this partnership was to build awareness on cyber security in a relevant forum during Cyber Security Awareness Month. Discussions focused on information security, ransomware and impending threats.
This seminar focuses on ransomware, its different attack mechanisms and the most effective ways to prevent it from spreading.
The panelists discuss how to stay abreast of and be prepared for cyber threats and the trends associated with a breach to you, your business and your networks in a modern cyber-security environment.
This presentation addresses the most common cyber crimes, how they are executed with examples of the most notable/profitable cyber crimes in recent history.
In part two of our cyber security webinar series, our speakers will address current day concerns that impact government entities as it relates to cyber security, data breaches and cyber protection.