Unicaja Banco is the fifth largest bank in the Spanish financial system by volume of assets, with a proven track record of solvency and financial soundness, operating under a model of proximity banking and sustainable business.
It is a listed bank with a broad and diversified presence in 80% of Spain, with more than 1,300 branches and four million customers. It is a financial institution of reference in six autonomous communities (Andalucia, Asturias, Cantabria, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León and Extremadura), as well as being present in other markets such as Madrid, Ceuta and Melilla, where it has a long-standing presence.
Unicaja Banco is distinguished by a high degree of territorial roots, knowledge of its customers and the territories in which it operates, as well as prudent management of its risk profile, and by its commitment to social responsibility and sustainability. It gives priority to quality and innovation as the cornerstones for improving customer service and efficiency.
For Unicaja Banco, cybersecurity is a key aspect in its daily activity given its growing importance for both companies and customers. In this sense, in SOTER Unicaja Banco is the main end-user in charge of defining pilot use cases, executing and monitoring the pilots and participating in cybersecurity training.