The Bank of England’s Prudential Regulation Authority reminded banks that they must start testing the resilience of their operations to cyber threats by March 31.
- Firms must also have mapped their important business services and set their impact tolerances to such an event, the regulator said in a letter to CEOs setting out its priorities for the year
- PRA also expects third country branches in the U.K. to be able to demonstrate how they will deliver operationally-resilient outcomes
- Regulator has noticed increase in services being outsourced, particularly to cloud providers, and expects firms to manage the risk
- After last year’s ...