The Current State in Financial Services: Cybersecurity - July 2013


In this issue:

- The Current State in Financial Services Cybersecurity

- Critical Infrastructure Executive Order

- Cybersecurity Legislation

- Financial Services Cybersecurity Infrastructure

- Cyberattack Overview

- Industry Reports

- APT1 Attack Lifecycle Model

- Emerging Developments

- On the Agenda: What Financial Services Executives Should Be Discussing

- Reed Smith Cybersecurity Alerts and Blogs

- Excerpt from: Cyberattack Overview:

The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) is leading an exercise (Quantum Dawn 2) July 18, 2013, which is intended to replicate a large-scale assault on financial industry information systems and online sites. Financial institutions and government agencies will participate in order to evaluate coordination and decision-making among the participants. While this will support efforts to improve the response to a systemic attack, the threats to individual institutions and the industry come in many forms and from several directions.

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