Financial institutions trained to prevent cyber attack damage August 19th 16:01
On the 19th, financial enterprises such as banks and securities companies participated in the practical trials assuming cyber attacks, trying to stop the damage of cyber attacks trying to infiltrate computers illegally aiming at corporate confidential information etc. Training was conducted.
Cyber attacks targeting computers such as companies and ministries are increasing year by year, and there are many cases in which personal information is leaked.
On the 19th, training aimed at cyber-attacks was conducted targeting financial companies, and personnel from over 270 banks and securities companies nationwide participated to prevent such damage.
Training is conducted online by connecting venues in Tokyo / Ota Ward and companies nationwide, and staff members check communication records for suspicious communications under the assumption that suspicious emails have been opened. , And confirmed that there were no other staff members who opened the email.
Participants were also seriously considering what to do when customer information was leaked.
According to the sponsored organization, recently, instead of aiming directly at the financial system, there is an increasing number of ways to repeatedly send suspicious emails pretending to be business partners.
The Tajima Shinkin Bank representative who participated said, “I participated for the first time, but the criteria for countermeasures became clear. I think cyber attacks will increase towards the Tokyo Olympics, but I want to deal with them well.”