Eze Castle Integration Publishes Whitepaper Exploring Cybersecurity Threats and Best Practices for Private Equity Firms
BOSTON – September 06, 2017 – Eze Castle Integration, Inc., a leading managed service provider to the financial industry, today published a new whitepaper exploring strategies and best practices for private equity firms to protect data, assets, and corporate interests in the midst of growing cybersecurity threats. The thought leadership paper, Cybersecurity for Private Equity, is available for download at www.eci.com/cyberPE-whitepaper.
As hackers become exponentially more sophisticated, the means with which they’re able to sell, proffer, and even influence information flow is greatly concerning to private equity and other investment management firms. Cybersecurity for Private Equity explores these concerns and examines:
- The current cyber threat landscape and key risks to private equity firms
- The value of private equity data and how hackers can leverage firm, customer and deal flow information
- Strategies for mitigating third party risk
- Employee cyber defenses and the human firewall
Eze Castle Integration offers complete managed cybersecurity solutions for private equity firms, including vulnerability assessments, cybersecurity plans and programs, active threat protection, and managed phishing and training. To learn more, visit: www.eci.com/cybersecurity.
About Eze Castle Integration
Eze Castle Integration is the leading provider of managed IT services, complete cloud solutions and cybersecurity to more than 650 financial firms worldwide. The company’s products and services include Cloud Services, Managed Cyber Security Solutions, Technology Consulting, Outsourced IT Support, Project & Technology Management, Professional Services, Telecommunications, Voice over IP, Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery, Archiving, Storage and Colocation. Eze Castle Integration is headquartered in Boston and has offices in Chicago, Dallas, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, Singapore and Stamford.