Rapid digitalization and technological innovation have offered a wealth of advantages to financial industry practices by redefining business operations. Though, consequently, the threat to cybersecurity is as present as ever. How have regulators begun to maneuver this pressing matter? And will it be a trend to watch in the coming year?
Amidst a series of regulatory conversations spotlighting security, stability, and resilience, the ECB has announced a stress test aimed to assess how financial firms respond when faced with a simulated cyberattack.
The U.S. Federal Reserve Board has set out key risks to financial system resilience in 2023. We explore how compliance technology mitigates these risks.
The U.S. SEC has published proposals for new Rule 10, which would introduce cybersecurity requirements for all "covered entities" including new immediate reporting requirements in the event of significant cybersecurity incidents.
The White House has published its long-awaited National Cybersecurity Strategy, which creates five key collaborative pillars for effective cybersecurity in the U.S.
FINRA has published its annual Examination and Risk report. We take a look at the five key provisions of FINRA’s Report for end-to-end communications and data – from restricted channels to regulatory reporting.
In the fifth and final instalment of this blog series, we explain how a cloud-enabled, unified data strategy is critical to future-proofing your archive
The metaverse has fast moved from the realms of science fiction to a potential driver of trillions in revenue. But, what does an ongoing lack of regulation of this abstract medium mean for regulated organizations and their compliance obligations?