Most central banks hold annual cyber security training sessions

One-third of central banks hold training every 0–6 months

As the frequency and severity of cyber attacks on central banks has increased, so has the importance of training staff to detect and defend against these threats. The Fintech & IT Benchmarks 2021 found that eight in 10 central banks provide cyber security training to staff at least once a year.

Seven central banks said that cyber security training is provided every 0–6 months, 11 every 6–12 months, and three less than once a year.

Twenty-four central banks disclosed the number of cyber attacks

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