行业：Banking & Capital Markets
Client Challenge:Financial institutions all across Scandinavia were experiencing increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks and online fraud and needed to become more reactive while improving security
- Knowledge and resource sharing among organizations
为了跟上，组织必须找到其他方式来捍卫自己，而不是使用各个国家 /地区不同的协作平台。在挪威，一家银行和人寿保险公司网络联合在一起，于2012年组成了挪威金融计算机应急响应团队（CERT）。这是在挪威金融业（Finance of Norway）的范围内，挪威是挪威的行业组织公司及其50,000名员工。
However, whereas most CERTs to that point had remained within country borders, attackers did not play by the same rules. Cybersecurity threats continued to become more potent and began to simultaneously target multiple institutions located in different countries. As a result, national CERTs were no longer enough, and financial institutions from Sweden, Denmark, and Finland decided to join efforts to create the Nordic Financial CERT based on the success of the Norwegian example.
首席运营官rdinating with the organizations that would join the CERT, Capgemini managed the legal elements of the association before officially creating the entity. It was developed to meet legal requirements in both Norway and Denmark in order to bring financial institutions together more effectively regardless of their country of origin. Within the new association, any time a member suffered an attack, every partner was notified so that they could launch a coordinated response. This action could either be taken by the individual organization under attack or by all members simultaneously, enabling the CERT to respond as flexibly as possible to each new threat. With the launch of the initial Nordic CERT, Capgemini supported the financial organizations within Norway and Denmark as they introduced the first association of its kind and laid the groundwork for further growth.
With the Nordic Financial CERT in place and operational, Capgemini and its partners had created a model that could be used for expansion to other countries. Following the successful proof of the first international financial security association, the partners agreed to continue their growth, first expanding to the rest of Denmark and then continuing on to Finland, Sweden, and Iceland. Every time the CERT grew, it added more resources, more knowledge, and a greater ability to respond to new threats. All members now share portal access, cybersecurity wikis, incident management, and follow up processes.
The Nordic Financial CERT gave financial institutions across a number of countries a new method of addressing security threats. With greater responsiveness and knowledge-sharing, the faith that had been flagging among customers throughout the Scandinavian region was rapidly rebuilt. Going forward, these institutions will continue to work Capgemini to make the CERT as capable as possible, ensuring that everyone throughout Scandinavia can enjoy the comfort of high-quality cybersecurity.