FSB finalises ‘cyber lexicon’

Cyber crime

The Financial Stability Board has published the final version of its ‘cyber lexicon’, which seeks to lay the ground for closer global co-operation on cyber security.

The document, finalised after a consultation earlier this year, sets out what the FSB hopes are comprehensive definitions of key terms, expressed in “plain language”. The lexicon was developed on the basis of other work that has been completed or is under way on developing common definitions, making changes “only as appropriate to

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