Singapore, 11 July 2019 – The CERES (CEntral banks, REgulators and Supervisory Entities) Forum, established through the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC).
It is an industry consortium dedicated to reducing cyber-risk in the global financial system, announced recently that it has grown its membership to 11 members in 10 countries from Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America.
Established a year ago as a forum for central banks, regulators and supervisors, the CERES Forum plays a critical role in facilitating multi-lateral information sharing.
FS-ISAC CEO, Steve Silberstein highlighted that they will continue to work with financial authorities to keep member appraise of current threat, trends, best practices and solutions.
“The CERES Forum has implemented a number of useful initiatives in the past year to increase the situational awareness of members, including holding quarterly threat conference calls and launching a mobile app to share threat intelligence. This will facilitate swift detection and response to potential cyber threats.”Chief Cyber Security Officer of the Monetary Authority of Singapore,Mr Tan Yeow Seng
To learn more about the forum, visit fsisac.com/CERESForum.