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The global financial industry is 300 times more likely1 to experience a cyberattack. These attacks happen when your people and your critical assets are left unsecured. Let SessionGuardian’s Continuous Identity Verification protect you from internal financial data breaches.
SessionGuardian’s Continuous Identity Verification software integrates seamlessly with your existing security protocols. Our technology provides second-by-second identity verification to preempt unauthorized users and devices before they impact your organization.
Our software takes a zero-trust approach to cybersecurity, creating a new standard that ensures you have total control over who’s accessing your data. We give you the ultimate confidence that your data, your workforce, and your clients are protected against today's financial security threats.
The average financial services employee has access to over 11 million files.2
with second-by-second continuous identity verification
security protocols from log on to log off
without sacrificing privacy
that ensures authenticated eyes only are looking at your data
due to damaged reputation
and strengthen your regulatory compliance
SessionGuardian’s AI-powered facial and object identification continuously validate that only authorized users can access sensitive data. Protect against financial data breaches in real-time while protecting employee privacy.
SessionGuardian does not record or transmit video or audio—the only data transmitted and stored is a log to ensure you’re audit-ready at all times.
Equip your financial services organization with the only technology that provides continuous identity verification while protecting your users’ privacy—from log on to log off.
The average cost of a financial data breach is $5.7 million3. What are the top reasons financial institutions are vulnerable to cyberattacks? One: financial industry cyberattacks create millions of dollars in collateral damage. Two: the quantity of transactions creates more breach opportunities. Three: an interconnected industry entices cybercriminals. Four: a track record of successful cyberattacks leading to reputational damage because of successful data breaches.