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Sending/receiving financial information to/from clients
Sending/receiving financial information to/from clients
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This classic scene plays out daily in companies across the world. Every day an employee unknowingly puts their company at risk of a data breach. Companies should look at ways to ensure their employees’ actions don’t land them in the middle of an IT tragedy.

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Financial data protection is among the top concerns for most companies doing business today. Financial data is highly sensitive and must be protected according to international standards. Any organization that handles customer financial data of any kind needs data protection.


Integrated cybersecurity risk management enables financial institutions to achieve positive business outcomes, including improved regulatory alignment, effective risk management, preservation of brand equity, and increased shareholder value. Such a strategy delivers and maintains trust in financial institutions and markets.

What is Financial Information?

Financial information is data about the monetary transactions of a person or business. This information is used to derive estimates of credit risk by creditors and lenders. Examples of financial information are credit card numbers, credit ratings by third-party credit analysis firms, financial statements, and payment histories. Anyone using financial information has a duty to keep the information secure since it could be used by third parties to engage in identity theft.

Sealit prevents the possibility of any Financial Information getting leaked. Our encryption relies on the Zero Trust security model to make sure your emails and files stay safe forever. Find out more about Sealit here:

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