G7 sets out cyber security ‘building blocks’

Building blocks
Building your defences: G7 releases cyber security guidelines

Members of the G7 have published a set of "fundamental elements" designed to underpin cyber security for the financial sector.

A joint statement released by G7 finance ministries on October 11 said these elements will serve as "building blocks" which financial sector private and public entities can tailor to their specific operational and "threat landscape".

"An entity can design and implement its cyber security strategy and operating framework, informed by its approach to risk management and

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