Security is more than preventing losses and data breaches—security is how companies build trust with customers and how they maintain and grow their business.
Effectively securing your business poses a major challenge: threats are serious and the implications for business are large, but they are also changing quickly and responding in real-time to new advances in technology.
How can organizations stay one step ahead of the evolution of information security threats? The answer is a holistic approach that combines the best technology and a sound security strategy, tightly coupled with a clear-eyed view of governance, risk and compliance.
With close to 2000 consultants across the globe, half of who have over a decade of experience in the Industry, Cognizant offers best of breed system integration for Security services across the spectrum.
More than 40 percent of our engagements have evolved into a managed security service, resulting in predictable, outcome-based models to those customers.
Enterprise Risk and Security Solutions offer security platforms and system integration services for best of breed products across applications, infrastructure and data security, complimented by senior consultants for governance, risk and compliance.
Preparing for the OECD Common Reporting Standard
Maintaining planogram compliance enables retail organizations to better fulfill consumers' expectations and realize higher returns from their display investments by having the right product in the right place, in the right quantity, at the right price, at the right time.
Helping Pharmas Manage Compliance Risks for Speaker Programs
To avoid stiff fees, reputation damage and the imposition of corporate integrity agreements (CIAs), pharmaceuticals companies need to monitor their speaker programs carefully for compliance to a suite of regulations. We identify those rules and outline a rigorous process based on relevant key performance indicators (KPIs) that will enable pharmas to head off these potential major hits to their bottom line.
Digital Customer Due Diligence: Leveraging Third-Party Utilities
By leveraging digital technologies, automation and third-party models, banks can more successfully navigate the complexities of the client onboarding process.
The Internet of Things: A Prime Opportunity for Merchant Acquirers
For merchants, the Internet of Things’ vast connectivity makes it easy for consumers to purchase within an environment that is intuitive, familiar and comfortable. For acquirers, there is the opportunity to provide various interfaces for accepting payments from all connected touchpoints -- creating an omnichannel experience for customers.
How Blockchain Can Slash the Manufacturing "Trust Tax"
Blockchain-enabled smart contracts, distributed ledgers and immutable records are poised to reduce production costs, drive greater operational efficiencies, and unleash new business opportunities for manufacturers worldwide.
Property & Casualty Commercial Lines Underwriting: The New Playbook
P&C commercial lines carriers are experiencing a global transformation that will compel them to reexamine their operating models, implement direct-to-consumer strategies, reengineer their processes and technologies, and achieve and sustain profitable growth in the age of digital.
BCBS 239 Compliance: A Comprehensive Approach
In 2013, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) issued 14 principles for effectively aggregating risk data and reporting, with the goal of enabling banks to understand and address risk exposures that influence their major decisions. While Global Systemically Important Banks (GSIBs) have made progress in complying with BCBS 239, Domestic Systemically Important Banks (DSIBs) are still in the early stages.
Financial Crime: How Financial Institutions Can Mitigate Risk and Improve Compliance
Banks face dramatically higher operating costs and business complexity, with the increased scope of financial crimes and growing regulatory liabilities. This highlights the need for a more integrated and unified approach to risk mitigation and compliance.
Coordinating Security Response and Crisis Management Planning
Proper alignment of two critical IT disciplines: Security response and crisis management planning are the keys to a coordinated and successful response to security incidents within organizations.
Application Vulnerability: Trend Analysis and Correlation of Coding Patterns Across Industries
Leveraging the power of analysis and correlation across industries, the paper explains how security architects and developers can determine which of these industries—as well as areas of source code and applications—are most vulnerable to attack and mitigate the impact with appropriate and timely measures.
To meet the regulatory requirements of the company, we implemented the Oracle suite of Access governance solution (OIM & OIG) in an agile, factory model approach.
Manage IT security risk for the Bank as an advisor and partner for Security solutions across the Infrastructure, Application and Data protection stack.
Implementation of data masking solution to meet compliance demands & provide confidence to customers in handling PHI data in non-production environments.
Payment Card industry (PCI) Compliance driven vulnerability assessment and security testing services