Learn how to automate account creation and guardrail deployment using AWS Control Tower. This article allows financial services companies the ability to create environments that can assist in regulatory compliance for different Business Units and applications. Control Tower, along with the other AWS Services, can enable an enterprise to provide security and compliance controls over a vast AWS environment. This will lead to reduced risk and improved efficiency in providing infrastructure across an organization.
For financial services organizations looking to move their applications into AWS, not knowing the true resiliency of those applications, and the infrastructure behind them presents a great risk. Most businesses try to adhere to industry best practices in regards to architecting their AWS environments in a way that is highly available, scalable, and fault-tolerant but there is no avoiding the inevitable failures and disruptions in those environments now and then. With hosting business-critical applications on AWS, businesses need to have a reliable testing strategy framework in place that regularly tests the resiliency of their AWS infrastructure.
For financial services organizations, there are many unique security, regulatory, and compliance obligations institutions face on a daily basis. This is especially relevant when it comes to their VPN strategy.
Photo by @proxyclick from Unsplash In our previous blog post, Enabling a Financial Services Workforce to Work Remotely we discussed how it can be difficult to set up a remote workforce while still enforcing security and governance. For financial services organizations, providing workstations that enable Front Office, Middle Office, Back Office, Developers, etc. to access […]
The Financial Services Industry is one of the most regulated industries in the world. When an organization needs to work remotely, the difficulty in adhering to the requirements is amplified.
Use of LIBOR as a reference rate is going away: The expectation is that LIBOR will cease to be supported at the end of 2021, and that new reference rate indexes will need to replace it.