Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank
Europe, Middle East, Africa |
Financial Services |
It doesn’t matter how fast a financial services organization is growing, how many new services are being introduced, or how quickly new customers are coming on board. One theme remains of paramount importance: reducing IT risk and achieving compliance objectives. If it can be done at lower cost―then all the better. For Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) these same principles apply, and the bank’s the decision to standardize on Symantec security and IT compliance solutions has been the high water mark in a showcase security and IT compliance strategy. World-class automation is helping this dynamic Middle Eastern bank to better secure its systems, reduce operational security management costs, and more efficiently meet its demanding compliance requirements―particularly in the area of payment card industry (PCI) compliance.
The Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank is named as such as a result of the merger of Khaleej Bank with Emirates Commercial Bank in 1985.The bank is a public shareholding company with limited liability, and was incorporated in Abu Dhabi in 1975, to carry on retail, commercial, investment and merchant banking through a thirty three- branch network spread across the UAE, in addition to two branches in India.
- Endpoints: 3,300
- Hardware: Mostly Dell for Windows and IBM and Sun for UNIX
- Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows, Windows, IBM AIX, and Sun Solaris
- Servers: 500