HKMA to launch cyber security training framework in December

Central bank to widen pool of talent as cyber security becomes more important than ever, says Chan

Norman Chan at HKMA
Norman Chan: emphasised the importance of cyber security on announcement of new initiative

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority will launch a cyber security "enhanced competency framework" (ECF) in December, its chief executive has announced.

Speaking at the annual meeting of the Hong Kong Institute of Bankers, Norman Chan said "good progress" was being made towards the HKMA's 'Cyber Security Fortification Initiative'.

"A core part of this initiative is the rolling out of an ECF on cyber security so as to enlarge the pool of talents in this increasingly important field of banking," Chan

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