A New Way To Protect Central Banks From Cyberattacks

A nonprofit set up by the financial services industry is launching a new information sharing group to help central banks, regulators and supervisory entities exchange information about global security and help deter cyberattacks.

The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center announced June 11 that CERES, which draws it name from central banks, regulators and supervisory entities, will launch July 1.

The CERES Forum will enable central banks, regulators and supervisors to share information about both cyberthreats and regulatory controls. The Forum will allow entities to share best practices related to regulatory controls and gather feedback from industry about effectiveness. Entities will also be able to quickly and securely share information about cyberthreats and incidents that might impact financial services.

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