Strengthening Operational Resilience in Financial Services

"Operational disruptions can cause wide-reaching harm to consumers and pose a risk to market integrity, threaten the viability of firms, and cause instability in the financial system."- Financial Conduct Authority

True resilience encompasses the entire ecosystem, with a focus on the data and technology that underpins modern business.

This recently published white paper breaks down the key components of operational and cyber resilience regulations and the best practices for addressing them.

- Changing Scope and Cost of Risk Management

- Focus on Critical Infrastructure and Services

- Cyber Security Front and Center

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