Most central banks say cross-border cyber co-operation is good

Respondents from upper-middle income countries most likely to say co-operation could improve

The majority of central banks responding to the Financial Stability Benchmarks 2023 say they have good co-operation on cyber security with foreign agencies.

Out of 29 respondents, 25 (86.2%) say their cross-border co-operation is good, while just four central banks (13.8%) say it is not.

Central banks from upper-middle income nations were most likely to say international co-operation on cyber threats could improve.

Of 15 respondents from high income nations, 13 (86.7%) say international co

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