Focusing on Smaller Areas Can Make Cybersecurity More Effective

As threats spread, cybersecurity becomes a matter of prioritizing areas that are the most vulnerable.


With so many end points within a financial institution potentially open to attack, cybersecurity officials should learn to prioritize where to put the majority of resources into protecting.

Josh Stabiner, chief information security officer (CISO) and head of technology infrastructure at Pine River Capital Management, said during a panel at the North American Trading Architecture Summit that his firm focuses on at least four segments: logs from its proprietary systems, collecting packets

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