RBI Guidelines for Cyber Security Framework & Endpoint Security

With the rising number of cyber incidents in the financial industry, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released some new recommendations in terms of endpoint security. In a nutshell, here is what is stated:

How BeyondTrust Helps Responds to These Guidelines

5-Step Guide to Endpoint Security

To help you comply with these guidelines and avoid penalties such as imposed to Standard Chartered Bank in October 2021, we have developed a new guide to endpoint security. Learn how to:

  • Remove admin rights and implement least privilege, as well as use passwordless administration to elevate the task, not the user (EPM).
  • Use pragmatic application control and reputation to lower risk and service desk requests (EPM).
  • Implement a 3rd party endpoint detection and response solution for detection of critical cyber threats.
  • Layer in other endpoint security tools to fit your security strategy.

How BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management Reduces Risk

Endpoint Privilege Management is not only a model for least privilege, but also for robust application control. By removing admin rights, the user can no longer install or execute malicious software that triggers ransomware or malware attacks.

Application Control decides what applications a user can run, regardless of privileges, and allows organizations to define good and bad applications. Give users just enough privileges to do their jobs and be productive.

Simplified deployment models available on-premises or via SaaS drive quick time-to-value and rapid adoption.

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