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Jul 14, 2016

Local Banks Meet to Discuss Security of Restricted Information

Cory Caseres

According to Cory Caseres, it is necessary to continually invest in training and development to ensure that banks are able to safely store sensitive information across local IT landscapes.


Isani Cayetano

“How important is it for these companies, specifically the banking institutions, to be able to be up to date with the latest software, in terms of securing what we would consider to be sensitive information for clients?”


Cory Caseres, Representative, GBM Honduras

“It’s important for them to be updated because there are so many hackers and so many companies trying to hack banks and also doing money laundering.  So countries that don’t have the special and specific and the best software to protect themselves are vulnerable to these institutions and it’s very complicated then for other countries to do business with countries like Honduras, Belize, Guatemala, et cetera because of anti-money laundering. We have several software such as Spectrum Protect.  We also have I2.  We have other kinds, there are many, many kinds of software for databases, for servers, specific servers and it depends on the type of solution or goal that you are trying to reach.  I cannot mention which companies have which kind of software but that’s the idea, some companies have started working with our software and they have spread the word and others are getting interested so we’re here to talk to those companies and to update the ones that have our software on new data that’s available for them.”


Isani Cayetano

“And finally, GBM is a subsidiary of IBM, correct?”


Cory Caseres

“GBM is an IBM allied company. We’ve been working in Central America for more than sixteen years and we are very strong in all of the region and getting bigger every time.”

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