Operational Resilience

Digital Transformation, News, Operational Resilience
August 15, 2023

Operational risk ‘incidents’ surge 26% because of AI and low-risk fraud 

Generative AI has contributed to the highest number of operational risk “incidents” since 2017, according to ORX. Data from the...
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Culture & Conduct, Editor's letter, Operational Resilience
August 8, 2023

Editor's letter: Why banks could face another Archegos blow-up

Welcome back to the Banking Risk & Regulation newsletter.  European regulators are grappling with the growing risk of cyber attacks...
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Telecommunication components and wiring inside a Telecom Italia SpA telephone exchange in Rome, Italy, on Tuesday, April 4, 2023. Telecom Italia sold €400 million ($435 million) of bonds as it pushes ahead with the sale of its landline network in a bid to slash the company’s debt pile after interest rates rose. Photographer: Alessia Pierdomenico/Bloomberg
Crypto, Digital & Resilience, Digital Transformation, Operational Resilience
August 8, 2023

Banks should dive into new DLT sandbox

UK banks can experiment more freely with distributed ledger technology under new laws designed to modernise financial services. They should...
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Digital Transformation, News, Operational Resilience
August 7, 2023

A perfect storm: Europe’s banks in the crosshairs of cyber attacks

The war in Ukraine, rapid digitalisation of banking services and shifts in underlying IT systems are making European banks a...
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Operational Resilience, Opinion
July 26, 2023

Why banks need to look out for supply chain attacks

In the digital age of hyperconnected supply chains, hackers have a larger attack surface area than ever to target, and...
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Analysis, Culture & Conduct, Operational Resilience
July 20, 2023

WFH puts bankers at risk of culture drift

The risk of slow cultural drift is worrying experts, as working from home becomes so popular that banks downsize their...
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Analysis, Operational Resilience, Regulation & Supervision
July 11, 2023

Chinese spy law gives banks jitters

International banks in China face heightened political and operational risk following the introduction of a tougher anti-spying law. Foreign businesses...
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Analysis, Operational Resilience
June 29, 2023

Quantum computing: the risks to prepare for

A new blueprint gives banks a headstart on how to tackle security in the quantum computing era, as experts warn...
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Digital & Resilience, News, Operational Resilience
June 14, 2023

US regulators announce guidance on third-party risk management: ‘a key compliance issue’

US federal banking regulators have published updated guidance on managing the risk of third-party relationships, expanding the scope of existing...
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Digital & Resilience, Operational Resilience
March 1, 2023

US Treasury warns on cloud risks for financial services

Report suggests that there needs to be better information sharing and collaboration between cloud service providers, firms and regulators. The...
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Blue chains in cyberspace on black
Digital & Resilience, Operational Resilience
January 16, 2023

Banks probe deeper into their supply chains to keep regulators onside

Discussions around operational risk are rippling further down bank supply chains due to regulators taking more interest in resilience as...
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