DNB publishes hacking guide for cyber security exercises


The Netherlands Bank has published an “ethical hacking guide”, giving advice to security specialists on how to test the cyber security of financial institutions.

The DNB describes the framework it uses for testing its own security, and that of Dutch financial institutions, as “threat intelligence-based ethical red teaming” or Tiber. Its guide on “how to conduct the Tiber-NL test” sets out three stages of testing a bank’s cyber security: preparation, test and closure phases.

In the preparation

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