"Corrata delivers immediate measurable improvement in our security posture, compliance with acceptable use policies and control over mobile costs"
Ulster Bank are the third largest commercial bank in Ireland with over 3000 employees, 1.9 million customers and a balance sheet of over £20 billion. Founded in 1836, Ulster Bank is a subsidiary of UK headquartered Natwest, one of the top ten banks in the World.
Digital transformation is critical for Ulster Bank. It supports the organization in improving both its services to customers and the efficiency of its internal operations. Mobile devices are a key enabler of the transformation which Ulster Bank is achieving. For employees, it’s about having the confidence that they can interact with colleagues and customers on digital channels. For branch operations, it’s about offering a digital experience for customers who visit Ulster Bank’s extensive network of retail outlets.
One of Corrata’s key advantages is that, once installed, it works unobtrusively in the background keeping devices safe and compliant
Tony Hamilton, Technology Oversight
Ulster Bank selected Corrata as the best solution to address these challenges. Corrata has been deployed across both employee devices and customer facing tablets. In both cases, the key objective was to extend security and control to devices which are beyond the purview of the Bank’s network.
Corrata stops phishing attacks over all mobile channels including email, sms, messaging apps like WhatsApp and collaboration tools such as Zoom. Malware detected by Corrata is immediately disabled and reported to the InfoSec team for remediation. Access to malware download sites and other risky or non compliant categories of content is blocked. Finally, rules around data usage can be enforced without impacting on employees’ ability to get the job done.