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WWT GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES | SECURITY

Your ability to mitigate risks and respond to threats directly impacts your ability to drive business outcomes.

Global Financial Services Security Transformation

We understand the most complex and common challenges facing financial organizations today.

As a solution provider to over 40 of the world's largest banks and financial services firms, as well as 78 of the Fortune 100, we are in unique position to understand the cyber trends across global financial services.

Our experts are experienced in security strategy, architecture and daily defense. They will work with you to make sure your investments further business goals, integrate into an architecture and mature your security posture. Our security consultants, architects and engineers 

Today's financial services customers face more challenges than ever before.

Accelerating solutions to deliver secure outcomes.

State-of-the-art Advanced Technology Center enabled proofs of concept, testing, scaling and Laas.

Strategy through execution services for a holistic approach to your biggest security challenges.

Swift global implementation from process tools and engineering to integration and secure supply chain.

People are your greatest asset. From executive advisors to engineers, we have you covered.

We are uniquely qualified to lead security transformation.

We have the experience.

Security practice across all industry verticals globally.

Percentage of Fortune 100 companies that have chosen WWT as their IT solution provider.

Security solution areas, including operationalization, resilience and security architecture.

We have the expertise.

Security consultants, architects and engineers ready to build an enterprise security program that defends against the most pressing risks facing your business.

OEM partners, including Cisco, Dell, F5, VMware, Palo Alto, Fortinet, Cohesity, Crowdstrike and McAfee.

ATC lab investment with 275 dedicated racks and 20,000 accessible virtual machines.

We scale globally.

We leverage 300+ OEM partners, including these security providers:

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WWT Experts: SASE

Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a nascent technology, and organizations may have to go through some explorations and evolutions to define a SASE architecture that meets their needs. If you have questions or you're seeking guidance, you're in the right place!

 

-CISO, Global Financial Company
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