Bank of Italy and regulator agree joint cyber security strategy

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Italy’s central bank and its financial regulator have agreed a joint strategy aimed at strengthening the cyber security of the country’s finance sector.

The Bank of Italy announced its collaboration with the Commission for Companies and the Stock Exchange, statement issued on January 16.

The central bank said the strategy was based on specific measures to safeguard parts of the country’s financial market infrastructure. It said payment systems, central counterparties, central securities

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