1 1 MOBILITY IN FINANCIAL SERVICES A Checklist Towards Regulatory Compliance Whitepaper Whitepaper Brochure
2 2 A Checklist Towards Regulatory Compliance Like business leaders in every industry, decision makers in Financial Services (FS) organizations are increasingly turning to mobility to deliver on strategic objectives. They understand that mobilizing business processes can help improve customer satisfaction and response times; boost employee productivity; increase competitive advantage, and much more. Most CIOs in these industries want nothing more than to help their line-of-business colleagues uncover new opportunities for growth. But there s a complication: regulatory compliance. For organizations including those in healthcare, government and indeed, finance that face extra scrutiny from governing bodies, each new digital tool adds another layer of complexity. Recognizing that mobile devices are increasingly powerful computing and communication tools (and that they therefore present a larger risk than ever before), regulating bodies in all regions have been hard at work to create new, relevant policies to dictate how information must be managed, stored and protected. CIOs understand the risks of failing to comply, which go well beyond the financial impacts of audits, lawsuits and fines, although these can be significant. Harder to measure: the cost to the brand and its hard-earned reputation when customers and partners learn about breaches. Financial services companies rely on trust to build business. When that foundation begins to crack, even monoliths can fall. Regulating bodies in all regions are creating new, relevant policies to dictate how information must be managed, stored and protected.
3 3 The high costs of non-compliance The UK s Financial Services Authority hit Credit Suisse and two other major financial services firms with fines totaling 4.2 million for failing to provide the regulator with transactional data in a timely fashion. Multiple challenges for Financial Services organizations Even outside the industry itself, finance-related security issues make international headlines. Corporate Networks Under Attack 1 Source: Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report Without quality data we cannot properly detect and investigate market abuse, identify market-wide risks or have a comprehensive understanding of the activities of each firm, explained the FSA s director of markets, Alexander Justham. This data is vital in our efforts to combat financial crime and we will continue to pursue firms that fail to provide quality data. 2 71% of breaches targeted user devices 78% of intrusions rated as low difficulty 54% of breaches compromised servers 66% of breaches go undetected for 6 months or longer This is one of the reasons large enterprises in financial services often have entire departments devoted to compliance issues. In concert with the legal department, these specialists keep up to speed on the guidance issued by regulators wherever the company does business. Based on how these teams interpret the rules (and there s often an incredible variance in interpretation from one firm to the next), they provide recommendations to IT, whose job it then becomes to choose and implement the appropriate policies, controls and security. These rules and regulations apply to most communications between the company and its clients, between employees (internal exchanges), and between the company and its suppliers and partners. Adding to the challenge: for multinational companies, and even for smaller companies with clients in more than one country, multiple sets of regulations apply. FINRA stipulations in the US may bear little resemblance to FCA requirements in the UK.
4 4 Here are just a few of the key regulators and their areas of interest: In the United States: In the United Kingdom: In the European Union: The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), formerly the Financial Services Authority (FSA) Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) FINRA is the largest independent securities regulator in the US. Its rules around electronic communications affect the way mobile device communications records are managed and retained, the way data on devices is encrypted, the way bring-your-own (BYO) devices access and store company data and more. For FINRA s purposes, electronic communications can include instant messages, text messages, , and posts to forums and social media sites. United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) The SEC requires that companies produce and store records of all communications ( s, texts, instant messages, etc.) for a minimum of 3 years. Any individual or company that trades stocks, bonds and other financial instruments is bound by these regulations, and violators have been fined large amounts (sometimes millions of dollars). Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) Financial Services Modernization Act To guard against the unlawful disclosure of personal financial information, the GLBA act puts in place various rules for a broad range of financial services institutions. Customer records and information must remain confidential and be securely stored, with strong physical and electronic access controls in place. All communication through s must be kept secure and encrypted. The GLBA protects consumers rights with regard to personal financial information and violations of the act can result in significant fines of up to $1,000,000 plus possible jail time. In 2009, the FSA enacted new rules requiring financial institutions to record all relevant communications on employees mobile devices. However, warnings from the industry that the technology to support these regulations was not advanced enough caused the FSA to postpone introducing the rules until November According to a March 2014 article in International Financing Review, Analysts have estimated that since then as few as 33% of firms are in compliance. Large banks and those with operations in a number of jurisdictions are understood to be the ones having most difficulty recording staff conversations. 3 The MiFID is a European Union law that provides harmonized regulation for investment services across the 31 member states of the European Economic Area (the 28 Member States of the European Union plus Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein). The main objectives of the Directive are to increase competition and consumer protection in investment services. It requires that all electronic communications relating to securities orders be recorded and retained for a minimum of three years. Under these directives, electronic communications include faxes, s, text messages, video conferencing, B2B communication devices, instant messaging, chat room correspondence, and any future method of electronic correspondence.
5 5 What to include in your RFP/RFQ to EMM vendors If you work for a financial services organization and you re part of a team evaluating Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions, you need to know that the solution you choose will: Allow you to mobilize tools, processes and people in a way that helps you deliver on all your business goals Give you the flexibility to meet your compliance requirements, anywhere and everywhere, even as those needs change over time Support and integrate with additional mobility value-added services that your organization may require if not today, in the near future Chances are, you re developing a detailed RFQ (Request for Quotation) or RFP (Request for Proposal) document that asks each vendor to address very specific questions on a host of topics, many of which will relate to compliance and to security in general. Assembling this document can cost a lot in terms of time and resources. If you haven t done it yet, here s a sample of the kind of detail you ll want to include. Based on real questions that leading financial services organizations have included in their RFPs/RFQs, this list is by no means exhaustive. Rather, it will give you an idea of the type of questions you should ask EMM vendors during your vetting process to determine whether their platform can help you address the relevant regulatory, privacy and security requirements. Because it s focused on compliance-related topics, this list does not cover other important EMM factors that should be part of your RFP for example, questions related to implementation, integration with other enterprise mobility services, tech support, devices supported, etc. For support in assembling a full RFP or RFQ, reach out to your BlackBerry contact, who will be happy to help.
6 6 Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) Q: How does the EMM solution separate work and personal applications and app data? Q: How does the EMM solution ensure that data can t be leaked between secure enterprise applications and personal applications? Q: Does the EMM solution allow us to restrict clipboard copy and paste operations? Can we ensure copy and paste happens only between protected and authorized mobile apps? Q: Does the EMM solution allow us to prevent mobile app data from being copied during device or cloud backups? Q: Does the EMM solution provide a way to control/restrict the transfer of data from a mobile device to a desktop/laptop when connected or tethered? Q: Does the EMM solution allow us to disable the screen-shot feature on a mobile device? Does this differ by operating system? Encryption Q: Does the EMM solution provide encryption for both data at rest and data in transit? If yes, what type of encryption? Q: What level of encryption does the EMM solution provide to separate work application and personal application data on a mobile device? Q: Does the EMM solution enable FIPS compliant cryptography? If yes, does it provide Level 1 or higher? Q: Are encryption keys, initialization vectors (IV), and static salts randomly generated? Q: Can the EMM solution be used to manage encrypted enterprise IM services? To what extent? User Privacy Choosing the right EMM solution means ticking hundreds of boxes. But there are some broad must-haves that make good business sense for every financial services company, regardless of size or location. Q: Can a device be remotely locked if we suspect it has been lost or left in an unsecure location? Q: Can all data on a mobile device be wiped if it is lost or stolen? Does the EMM solution have the ability to selectively wipe only work data from the device, leaving the personal information intact? Q: Does the use of location awareness functionality (such as GPS) require explicit opt-in from the end user? Q: In some cases the organization may need to override (lawfully) a user s privacy settings to obtain the device location. How does the EMM solution make this possible? Q: Does the EMM solution verify a user s identity prior to resetting a password to prevent both unauthorized access to personal information and hacking attempts via social engineering? Q: Can the EMM solution be configured to allow a device to automatically wipe itself after a certain number of incorrect authentication attempts? Access to Cloud-Based Services Q: Does the EMM solution allow us to restrict document and file sharing via itunes (ios)? Q: Does the EMM solution allow us to restrict icloud and other cloud services for document and file sharing? Q: Does the EMM solution support Microsoft Outlook users who are on-premises and/or using Microsoft Office 365?
7 7 Identification and Registration Software and Policy Updates Q: Does the EMM solution offer self-service options for all employees? What features are available? Q: Does the EMM solution operate in real time (so that users can be added or deleted immediately)? Q: Does the EMM solution have the ability to track and restrict authorization and authentication for multiple logins on the same device (if the device is authenticated only for a set of predetermined/pre-identified users)? Q: Does the EMM solution integrate with enterprise solutions for Identity & Access Management (IAM), and in particular, for cloud-based IDs? To what extent? Q: Does the EMM solution have the ability to auto-update applications remotely? Q: Does the EMM solution allow us to enforce a check for policy and app updates as often as we choose? Q: Does the EMM solution allow us to force an upgrade to a new mobile app version after a configurable amount of time has elapsed? Q: Does the EMM solution provide the ability to maintain an audit trail of all updates (e.g. OS, app installation, app versions) to a device? Q: Does the Enterprise App Store notify users about available updates? Certificates Mobile Applications Security Q: Can we prevent user groups from installing certain mobile apps, and make other apps mandatory for particular groups? Q: Does the EMM solution prevent authentication or authorization tokens in web-based applications from being stored in client-side headers, cookies, hidden form fields, or in the URL? Q: For sufficient post-event auditing: can all device and environmental attributes, including GPS coordinates, be exposed to applications and logging? Q: Does the EMM solution have the capability to deploy a certificate, as well as a provisioning profile, for each application deployed to an end user? Q: Are all digital certificates kept current, issued by a well-known certificate authority, and associated with the correct hostname? Q: Are encryption keys, initialization vectors (IV), and static salts randomly generated and stored separately from the data they encrypt? Q: Are encryption keys protected during transit and in storage? Is access to encryption keys restricted to authorized personnel? Q: Can we prevent mobile applications from trusting any client-side authentication of authorization tokens? Q: Does the EMM solution have control over links within , with the ability to force links to open in a secure native browser where required? Q: Does the EMM solution enable users to open an attachment, update documents using secure editors, and send without leaving the secure container architecture? Q: Can we use the EMM solution to set content download restrictions (e.g. for roaming)? Q: Can we enable granular app controls to blacklist undesired apps and control VPN access per app?
8 8 Containerization Q: Can the EMM solution enable a full Work Space container mode? Q: In corporate-liable scenarios, does the administrator (optionally) have full control over all applications on the device, including corporate and public applications, whether they re made optional or mandatory? Q: Can the EMM solution restrict document and file sharing between mobile apps on the same device? Q: Does the EMM solution allow administrators to wrap security and compliance policies into mobile apps without the need for coding changes? Q: What methods of authentication are provided to enable container authentication? Reporting Q: Does the EMM solution allow us to log and report on configuration, deployment, use and the availability of business data/applications on devices? Is this information made available via Microsoft Excel or other formats that can be manipulated? Q. Can all mobile device data traffic be captured, including chat (IM), texting (SMS) and phone numbers (dialed and received)? Q: Does the EMM solution produce sufficient logs and audit trails to support the investigation and forensic analysis of security incidents? Network Management and Security Event Logging Q: Does the EMM solution have the capability to log various mobility network data and voice traffic, such as PIN, SMS, phone, and BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) messages (chats, video calls)? Q: Can all IT commands and application deployments/wipes be logged? Q: Do all log entries include the following attributes: The time and date of the event The application associated with the event The user or process initiating the event and, if applicable, the subject acted upon The remote IP address of the initiating user or process Success or failure indication A detailed description of the event Q: Can the EMM solution enforce policies based on the geographic location of the device? Q: Does the EMM solution enable advanced gatekeeping to control access to Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync by device? Q: How many ports are required? (Single outbound port consolidation simplifies IT management while reducing the threat posed by malicious attacks) Q: Can the EMM solution allow us to route all traffic through the corporate infrastructure? Q: Please describe the EMM solution s system health diagnostics capabilities in detail. Mobile Device Usage Policies Q: How does the EMM solution maintain device usage policies that are applied to a profile on the device? Q: Does the EMM solution have the ability to push updated policies to a profile on the device? Q: Can the EMM solution validate that updated policies have been applied? Q: Can the EMM solution be used to set user profiles for activation, SSO and proxy settings? Q: Can it be used to limit the number and type of devices, and easily manage multiple devices per user? Q: Can we set policy and device controls based on device ownership model (COPE, BYOD etc)? Q: Describe what the EMM solution requires from an external-facing firewall/security perspective. Q: Does the EMM solution fully support Active Directory? Can configurations be assigned to users via AD groups?
9 9 Passwords Jailbreaking/Rooting Q: Can the EMM solution force users to change their passwords upon first login with an initial password or a reset password? Q: Does the EMM solution encrypt authentication credentials in transmission and in storage? Q: Can the EMM solution force password changes, force the use of multiple character types in password creation, and restrict the use of previous passwords? Does it allow us to restrict device use and/or wipe data after a set number of unsuccessful login attempts, and lock the device after a set time of non-use? Q: Where are the user IDs and passwords stored for validating user credentials? How are they protected (i.e. encrypted or hashed)? If a password is hashed, is a user-specific salt used? Q: Can the EMM solution detect jailbreaking/rooting on ios, Android and Windows Phone devices? Can it be configured to take various actions including wiping the work container or the entire device when the device is out of compliance? Q: Does the EMM solution detect when a user tries to tamper with client components, jailbreak or root the device, or uninstall clients/profiles? Q: Can access to enterprise systems be limited/denied based on the device s operating system version (including whether the device has been rooted/jailbroken) or its mobile device management software client version (if applicable)? Mixed Security Requirements Q: Does the EMM solution easily support all device ownership and management models such as bring your own device (BYOD), corporate-owned, personally enabled (COPE), corporate-owned, business only (COBO), choose your own device (CYOD), etc.? ******** Q: Does the EMM solution allow a mix of security and access policies for roles with varying sensitivities and security requirements? (e.g. employees/partners/contractors) Q: Does the EMM solution allow for differing policies and user capabilities based on groups or departments? Compliance remains a constant challenge for financial services firms as their mobile ecosystem broadens and employees expect to work from anywhere as if they were sitting at their desk in the office.
10 10 Good advice for every Financial Services organization Create clear policies Compliance remains a constant challenge for financial services firms as their mobile ecosystem broadens and employees expect to work from anywhere as if they were sitting at their desk in the office. And although choosing the right EMM solution means ticking hundreds of boxes, there are some broad must-haves that make good business sense for every financial services company, regardless of size or location. Enable real-time monitoring Develop threat models Choose the solution that can deliver on ALL your needs. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US provides an interesting and useful document called Guidelines for Managing the Security of Mobile Devices in the Enterprise. 4 While not specific to particular regulatory requirements, it provides a helpful overview of key topics in mobile security. To paraphrase some of the NIST s high-level guidance, be sure to: Create a mobile device security policy and a detailed user guidelines document Capture, monitor, and archive all messaging sent to and from company mobile devices. This includes , SMS, MMS, Chat/Instant Messaging, BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), and BlackBerry PIN-to-PIN Enable real-time monitoring and provide detailed reporting for purposes of monitoring compliance with corporate policies Develop threat models for mobile devices and the resources they access. That is, identify the plausible threats, vulnerabilities, and existing security controls; quantify the likelihood of successful attacks and their impacts; and use this insight to understand where security controls need to be improved or added Consider the merits of each potential security service, figure out which services your environment requires, and then find the solution that can deliver on these needs. To start, delve into each solution s approach to: - General policy management - Data communication and storage - User and device authentication - Application management Encrypt all content, both in-transit and at rest on all mobile devices. Fully secure each organization-issued mobile device before allowing a user to access it. By extension, ensure that you can apply the security controls you need to any BYO devices as well.
11 11 How BlackBerry ticks all the boxes for Financial Services organizations Managing it all: BES12 BES12 is the command and control center for the secured government department or agency. BES12 lets you manage mobility in your organization, applying permissions, policies and protection, by individuals and by groups, across endpoints, apps, activities and critical data. With BES12, users connect confidently and securely and only as authorized to approved apps, partners and cloud providers. Backed by industry leading global support services, BES12 offers financial services organizations a seamless, scalable and cost-effective way to truly mobilize business while meeting the most stringent regulations, anywhere in the world. Gold Level EMM: Specifically designed for regulated and high-security organizations and users Some users and use cases require the ultimate security. BlackBerry 10 devices enable it. BlackBerry 10 devices managed by BES12 with the Gold level EMM option deliver the ultimate device management solution to enable compliance for financial services, government, regulated and other highsecurity environments. What s included with Gold level EMM? BlackBerry 10 devices BlackBerry 10 device, app, content and security management capabilities designed for government, financial services, regulated and other high-security environments Enforcement of corporate-only use and granular controls to manage use of camera, storage, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other device features Option to enable a managed Personal Space through BlackBerry Balance while ensuring all work content is fully protected within the Work Space ios and Android devices (Secure Work Space) Containerization, applicationwrapping and secure connectivity option for ios and Android devices Secured apps for , calendar and contacts, enterprise level secure browsing and document viewing and editing with Documents To Go Built-in secure connectivity for all enterprise apps deployed to the Secure Work Space no VPN needed Option to deploy ios and Android devices in true BYOD mode, where IT management is confined to the Secure Work Space container only Full MDM control can be activated if required and managed through the BES12 console And Secure Work Space is a containerization, applicationwrapping and secure connectivity option that delivers a higher level of control and security to ios and Android devices, all managed through the BES12 administration console. A user-friendly and intuitive management console to manage your devices, users, groups, apps and services, including reporting and dashboard capabilities The best technical support on the market, with service options to meet your exact needs
12 12 Protecting data in transit BES12 manages BlackBerry, ios, Android, and Windows Phone devices. The proven BlackBerry security model gives financial services organzations always-on, AES-encrypted access to systems behind the firewall, through a single outbound port, so they don t have to worry about people stealing data out of the air. Hardware-Specific Solution Point Solution Point Solutions Multiple components to manage and multiple potential points of failure. Wireless Network Cloud SSO Server MDM Server Gateway SSO Server VPN Server Wireless Network BlackBerry Infrastructure BES12 Integrated security with BlackBerry: Complete Control. One Partner. End-to-End Solution Dedicated Security Team Security is part of every critical business decision at BlackBerry. Network Security The BlackBerry security model now extends multi-platform. Simple, trusted and cost-effective. Device Security Authenticate devices to connect Content and Apps Security The best protection for corporate Reporting and monitoring critical for compliance to enterprise systems; control the content on-device and in transit. With BlackBerry dashboard features, reporting content and capabilities, apps users IT administrators have immediate access can access. to a unified dashboard of key metrics across their entire mobile deployment, and can drill down into more detail to take immediate action, or export data for further analysis. These areas include: Device activations Device last contact time Device compliance state Devices by platform Devices by carriers Top five applications deployed Top five mobile devices
13 13 Solutions for Mobile Productivity in Regulated Environments Alongside BES12, BlackBerry has launched new solutions for enterprise productivity that can help your financial services organization do more every day, and do it securely. Below, learn about just a few of them. And find out more at Secure Mobile Messaging Designed for regulated environments like government organizations, BBM Protected offers an enhanced security model for BBM messages sent between BlackBerry smartphones that protects corporate data in-transit by adding an additional layer of encryption to BBM. BBM Protected allows employees to take advantage of the speed, reliability and privacy of BBM for faster communication, collaboration and decision making while providing security conscious organizations enhanced security over corporate data. Take Control of Apps in the Cloud Enterprise Identity by BlackBerry makes it easy for employees to experience the benefits of cloud-based applications from any device with a browser using a single set of credentials. And for IT, Enterprise Identity by BlackBerry simplifies the management of cloud-based applications with a single point of entitlement, control, and audit for all cloud apps. Simpler, More Cost-Efficient Security Stop depending on outdated one-time password (OTP) tokens that result in another device for employees to carry and another password to remember. With VPN Authentication by BlackBerry, your employees ios, Android or BlackBerry devices replace your expensive OTP hardware solution with Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) based two-factor security that helps reduce overall costs.
14 14 To find out more and to sign up for a free 60-day BES12 trial, head to blackberry.com/enterprise 5 1 Verizon 2013 Data Breach Investigations Report. Available at: 2 Available at: 3 Available at: 4 Available at: day Free Trial Offer: Limited time offer; subject to change. Limit 1 per customer. Trial starts upon activation and is limited to 50 Gold BlackBerry subscriptions and 50 Secure Work Space for ios and Android subscriptions. Following trial, customer must purchase subscriptions to continue use of product. Not available in all countries. Subscriptions can be purchased direct or from authorized resellers. When a system is upgraded to production, the trial subscriptions will no longer be available. This Offer is void where prohibited and is subject to modification, extension or early termination at BlackBerry s sole discretion. ios is a registered trademark of Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and certain other countries. ios is used under license by Apple Inc. Apple Inc does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this brochure. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this brochure BlackBerry. All rights reserved. BlackBerry, BBM and related trademarks, names and logos are the property of BlackBerry Limited and are registered and/ or used in the U.S. and countries around the world. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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