The Cyber Risk Institute (CRI) is a not-for-profit coalition of financial institutions and trade associations formerly known as the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSSCC). The mission of the CRI is to sharpen cybersecurity to protect the global economy.
The Cyber Risk Institute (CRI) Cybersecurity Profile is a scalable and extensible assessment that financial institutions of all types can use for internal and external (i.e., third party) cyber risk management assessment and as a mechanism to evidence compliance with various regulatory frameworks within the United States and globally. The Profile assists institutions in assessing their cybersecurity risk management governance, processes, capabilities, and regulatory compliance posture as expected against the various Impact Tier levels to which they correspond. In understanding their posture, institutions can then develop plans to close any identified gaps.
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