Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLBA) Compliance
The Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLBA), which took effect in 2001, requires financial institutions to take considerable precautions to keep consumer records private and secure. While many firms have been working to comply with GLBA, regular SAINT network scans are an important part of ensuring long-term compliance.
As a proactive and preventative tool, SAINT should be used to scan and evaluate the systems in place at many financial firms. Among the benefits SAINT offers are:
- Customizable configuration options. SAINT allows administrators to set the time and intervals of scans, ensuring networks are checked regularly.
- Fast fixes. When vulnerabilities are detected, SAINT will lead network administrators to the fastest fixes for them.
- Demonstrate GLBA compliance. SAINT's superior reporting capability can provide an audit trail for regulators and legal experts, making it easier to demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements.