Australian Cyber Security Centre’s (ACSC) Strategy to Mitigate Cyber Security Incidents provides a prioritised list of mitigation strategies to assist organisations in protecting their systems and their crown jewels against a range of adversaries. The mitigation strategies advised by ACSC vary and can be customised based on the risk profile, the industry sector and the adversaries the organisation is most concerned with.
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The Council of Financial Regulators (CFR) released a framework in December 2020 that
is used to build red team scenarios to test the level of Australian financial services industry’s cyber resilience.
The Cyber Operational Resilience Intelligence-led Exercises (CORIE) framework is a pilot programme of exercises that will mimic the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) of real-life adversaries, creating and utilising tools, and using techniques that may not have been anticipated and planned for. Read more to understand how the CORIE framework could help Financial Institutions (FI) stay competitive and secure by leveraging an unbiased view, and by third-party providers mimicking real-world Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).
The ripple effect from Russia-linked SolarWinds hack has reached the banking shores of Singapore. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is issuing a third-party risk management directive that requires all financial institutions to assess and manage their exposure to technology risks with third-party suppliers, before entering into a contractual agreement. What does this actually mean …
EVERNOTE became the latest member of the “we’ve been hacked” club. And the thing is, what was once a pretty exclusive club now lets just about everyone in these days. I’m a member too. And as I discovered when I was hacked last year, my experience was distressingly commonplace. And yet while being hacked may be …