Filipe Dinis on Bank of Canada’s cyber strategy and tackling cyber risks

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How does Bank of Canada manage and regulate cyber security in the country’s financial market infrastructures (FMIs)?

We regulate and have an oversight role over the systemically important FMIs and prominent payment systems in Canada, as well as a responsibility for the resilience of the financial system, but not over any individual financial institutions. Where we see ourselves having a very strong and important role is providing leadership in terms of ensuring the resilience of the system, as

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