The course focuses on the multiple risks faced by financial institutions in the Information-Communication-Technology sphere, the concepts and mechanics of an ICT Risk Assessment, the impact of FinTech disruption, cyberthreats, and cybersecurity. It provides a taxonomy of risks, and affords the participants an opportunity for in-depth discussion of technology risks in banks and other financial institutions.
Target Participants: The course targets bank supervisors who have some experience evaluating the level of banks’ ICT risk and the quality of ICT risk management. Participants should have experience either as supervisors of financial services firms (such as safety-and-soundness examiners or ICT examiners) or have directly worked in a technology-related area in order to gain the most from the course and be able to contribute appropriately to the discussions.
To help the participants understand the importance and basic principles of an ICT Risk Assessment, the impact of FinTech disruption, cyberthreats, and cybersecurity.
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