Riksbank to join ECB’s cyber security framework

Cyber crime

Sveriges Riksbank has decided to adopt the cyber security framework developed by the European Central Bank.

The Swedish central bank also published guidelines for the adaptation of the national financial system on December 13.

The ECB’s ‘Threat Intelligence-based Ethical Red Teaming’ (Tiber-EU) sets out a standardised framework for testing the financial system’s resilience to cyber risks. It simulates a cyber attack on the employees, processes and technology of an organisation. “The test is

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