Cyber risk and regulation in Europe A new paradigm for banks
Cyber risk and regulation expectations
As regulators get to grips with the nature and complexity of cyber threats, their approach to identifying unacceptable risks and desired responses by banks will become more sophisticated. Banks should expect a growing level of scrutiny of how they deal with cyber risk and greater pressure to demonstrate that they are addressing emerging regulatory concerns in a timely way.
It is crucial that senior risk and information officers as well as Boards get an early handle on how the regulatory framework is evolving and what expectations supervisors are developing for them. This report explores the evolution of these supervisory expectations, and highlights a number of steps banks can take to get ahead of the game and better embed emerging regulatory expectations as fully as possible into existing cyber risk programmes.
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