European cyber resilience board holds first meeting

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Benoît Cœuré

The European Central Bank held the first meeting of its new cyber resilience board, set up to strengthen the eurozone’s financial system against cyber crime and similar dangers.

ECB executive board member Benoît Cœuré will be the first chair of the European Cyber Resilience Board, a spokeswoman told Central Banking. The ECRB’s mandate calls for it to meet twice yearly, unless its chairman decides further meetings are necessary. The board is co-ordinated by a secretariat staffed by ECB employees

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