We expect many more partnerships between governments and Banks to take place to create united forces...however not very likely a global one given the level of trust and independence required by some countries
Banks comb incoming connections for clues. Security chiefs at three of Australia's big four banks are turning to "detective" controls and predictive analytics in the hope of identifying new threats, attacks or instances of fraud before they turn into bigger problems. National Australia Bank's head of cyber security Nick Scott highlighted the importance of speed to detection and response at FST Media's Future of Security in Financial Services Summit last week. He said the challenge for NAB and other institutions was being able to pick up "really early indicators" of an impending security event.