OPERATIONAL RISK

Cyber & Data Security

Prevention and risk mitigation are key components in every aspect of bank operations - the same holds true in the protection of customer data.

Cybersecurity is the prevention of damage to, protection of, and restoration of data, systems and processes. Cybersecurity has three main components, data security, user security, and infrastructure security.

Data security is the concepts or strategies used to keep data secure. Data security focuses on protecting personally identifiable information (PII) from unauthorized access as one would see during a cyber breach or other significant cyber incident.

Prevention and risk mitigation are key components in every aspect of bank operations - the same holds true in the protection of customer data.

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Sector Initiatives

Sheltered Harbor

Sheltered Harbor promotes the stability and resiliency of the financial sector through industry-developed standards for protecting and recovering customer account data if a catastrophic event causes critical systems - including backups - to fail.

.BANK

.BANK is an evolution in relationship management, offering a trusted, verified, more secure, and easily identifiable location on the internet for your customers and your bank, regardless of size. .BANK provides a trustworthy stamp of approval for your online offerings.

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

ICBA partnered with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and other industry experts to update “Cyber Resilience and Financial Organizations: A Capacity-building Tool Box.” Learn more about how your bank can leverage the tool box to create a more cyber resilient workplace.

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Cyber and Data Security News

Government measures target North Korean cybercrime

Feb 18, 2021 | NewsWatch Today
The Justice Department indicted three North Korean computer programmers for participating in a series of cyberattacks designed to steal and extort more than $1.3 billion from financial institutions.

Consumer fraud losses surge in 2020: FTC

Feb 8, 2021 | NewsWatch Today
The Federal Trade Commission said it received more than 2.1 million fraud reports from consumers in 2020. Consumers reported losing more than $3.3 billion to fraud in 2020, up from $1.8 billion in 2019

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