The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center today unveiled its “Sheltered Harbor” initiative — an industry effort to improve sector-wide resilience in the face of a cyberattack.
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Foreign banking organizations with U.S. operations need to ensure that their foreign operations are in compliance with U.S. anti-money laundering laws, a senior Department of Justice official said today at the ABA/ABA Money Laundering Enforcement Conference in Washington, D.C.
Automated collaboration among financial institutions can help banks, and law enforcement, fight financial crime more efficiently and effectively.
In a joint letter with five financial trade associations today, ABA raised concerns about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed changes to the confidential treatment of information and the procedures used by the public to obtain information under the Freedom of Information Act, the Privacy Act of 1974 and in legal proceedings.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has published a new guide for companies interested in participating in cyber threat information sharing.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday proposed amendments to the procedures used by the public to obtain information under the Freedom of Information Act, the Privacy Act of 1974 and in legal proceedings.
In a joint letter to the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice today, ABA and other financial trade associations called for more guidance to help their member organizations expand or enhance the sharing of cyber threat information under the framework created by the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act.
President Obama today signed an executive order launching a Cybersecurity National Action Plan to help the federal government and businesses protect Americans from cyber attacks.
Consumers are turning to mobile payments options for speed and convenience, though many have concerns about the security of their personal information, according to a new issue brief by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
ABA and several other trade associations yesterday expressed concern over the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s proposed collection of information for its National Mortgage Database, which would include detailed data from more than 10 million borrowers.