The GLBA Compliance

Ensure security and confidentiality of financial consumer information with CNAM.


The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB Act or GLBA), also known as the Financial Modernization Act of 1999, is a federal law enacted in the United States to control the ways that financial institutions deal with the private information of individuals. The Act consists of three sections: The Financial Privacy Rule, the Safeguards Rule, and the Pretexting provisions. GLBA compliance requires every financial institution to safeguard confidential customer information against anticipated threats in security and data integrity.


Important points to meet GLBA compliance and user organizations requirements:

  • Ensure privacy and security of sensitive customer information
  • Adopt a proactive security plan and perform a risk assessment of the enterprise network
  • Constantly monitor network for suspicious activity that could result in confidential customer data theft

How CNAM can help

Financial institutions are well targeted by cyber criminals because of the crucial data they possess. Inorder to protect themselves from increasing number of sophisticated attacks they must deploy a security solution that can help them achieve proactive security. CNAM’s threat management platform integrates with numerous devices on your network to enable continuous monitoring of threats. CNAM collects, indexes and stores data automatically. With its advanced detection, real time correlation and instant alerting capabilities CNAM helps you mitigate internal and external threats on your network rapidly in real-time. By ensuring security and confidentiality of customer information CNAM helps you achieve GLBA compliance.

CNAM Features to help you comply with GLBA


Audit Trail

Access Control and Role Based Authorization

Seamless Collection, Indexing and Storage of Logs

Managed Intrusion Detection

Threat Correlation

Customized Reports and Actionable Events

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