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US Treasury's cyber chief lays out cyber security blueprint

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Julia Philipp, deputy director for cyber intelligence and head of the financial sector Cyber Intelligence Group (CIG) at the Department of the Treasury

There are three steps to success in cyber security at financial firms: identifying cyber risks and adopting targeted defences, sharing information with competitors and putting a plan in place that spells out the necessary actions once a cyber attack has occurred, a senior official at the US Treasury has said.

Speaking at the OpRisk North America conference held on March 24-25, Julia Philipp, deputy director for cyber intelligence and head of the financial sector Cyber Intelligence Group (CIG) at

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