On September 29, 2023, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) announced the updated Information Technology Risk Examination (InTREx) procedures. If you’re curious about what changed, you’ve come to the right place.
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On November 13, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission published a Final Rule in the Federal Register updating the Safeguards Rule. The rule includes changes to the incident notification requirements for financial institutions.
On Tuesday, October 24, 2023, regulators published an updated version of the Ransomware Self-Assessment Tool (R-SAT). In this blog, we’ll discuss what the R-SAT is, what got updated, and what you need to do about it.
When you get a finding, how can you respond most effectively? Here are six tips.
The purpose of this article is to put policies into a 360-degree mirror and shed some light on a few areas which may need a little care.
Through the vendor management process, you take steps to make sure your vendors are secure and resilient, but what about their third parties? Do your vendors hold their subcontractors to the same standard of excellence? How can you know?
It can be difficult to muster up the creativity for something relevant month after month. In this article, we offer a phishing template and theme for each month of the year to help inspire you for your next phishing test campaign.
The purpose of this article is to provide a comprehensive timeline of the FFIEC CAT and how its implementation has changed over the years.
This article will look at the top features to consider when evaluating an information security risk assessment software solution, including elements related to inherent and residual risk calculation, inventory and prioritization of assets, risk response, and reporting.
Let’s understand the OCC's new cybersecurity supervision work program more clearly by looking at five things we think community banks should know about the new exam procedures.
A decade since the CAT’s foundations were first put into place, the question must now be asked: What’s next? Will the CAT be updated? Will the CAT be replaced? While we can’t predict the future, here are six factors which may influence what’s next for the FFIEC CAT.