One financial services organization faced multiple data security and compliance challenges, including the need to address compliance in a more cost effective way. This organization turned to database activity monitoring to protect their most valuable assets - their data. They had completed a fairly substantial SOX compliance project and considered themselves checkbox compliant. However, the compliance process they had in place was expensive and inflexible. So inflexible, in fact, that it did not address the auditing requirements of the other regulations they needed to comply with, including PCI and GLBA.
Download this case study to learn how the bank achieved their goals by meeting the requirements of multiple compliance regulations in an automated way, better protecting core data from data breaches and saving valuable resources including key personnel. Also learn how they saved significant dollars, time and personnel resources and are now better prepared to address changes in existing regulations as well as new regulations and future security challenges.