In the 1600s, Spain built an impregnable defense system to protect the San Juan Bay in Puerto Rico. This defense in depth system fortified San Juan with three lines of defense, marking a high point in military engineering for the time period. A similar model could be used to protect your institution’s account holders from today’s cyberattacks. But with 15.4 million Americans falling victim to identity fraud last year, three lines of defense are no longer enough.1
Want to learn how a “defense in depth” military approach to security could benefit your institution? Check out this security infographic.