Consolidation in the financial services industry has created bigger and more capable competitors, causing financial firms to look carefully at differentiating themselves. As institutions continue to offer more and more services through the web, the mix of applications that must be supported to service customers and employees grows more complex.
Branch bank managers, risk and compliance officers and contact center agents have new job requirements and must stay on top of the inherent issues associated with the "new way" of conducting business. Applications need to be consistently available. Performance can not waver. Security is vital. Confidentiality is not only expected, it's legally required to comply with regulations that require the safeguarding of information such as Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and the California Senate Bill 1386.
Radware helps IT organizations meet these challenges, by making it easier for financial services institutions to deploy new services faster, improve customer service, control risk and reduce costs.
Across the enterprise, Radware provides:
Having deployed Radware solutions, we observed significant improvement in our network, more specifically, in network performance, load balancing of network applications as well as system resources protection. By ensuring the high availability, stability and security of our network, the user experience has been significantly improved.” – Spokesperson from the ECUST Network Center.
Installing LinkProof on our network allows our caregivers to perform their job much more effectively, thereby increasing the overall standard of care that we can provide our patients.”
- Micah Laughlin, Corporate Director of IT, Regency Hospital Company.
In order for us to maintain a productive work environment for employees and maximize patient care, network downtime is not an option. Not being able to have consistent availability to the intranet would hinder our ability to provide the best service possible. But with Radware’s help we’ve been able to stabilize our system and make it hassle-free.”
- Tommy Forrest, System Engineer, Carolina Health System.