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SusanReadMiller
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The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) guidelines provides two authoritative sources.

Technology Risk Management Guidelines (TRMG): Internet banking systems and related online technologies have become increasingly complex, sophisticated and diverse. Web applications, server platforms, operating systems, gateways, routers, switches and network connectivity have inter-operated in a variety of ways which escalate and exacerbate cyber security risks. The TRMG contains expanded guidance for combating cyber threats and attacks, including emerging cyber exploits for financial institutions. Technology risk management requirements for strengthening system, network and infrastructure security have also been enhanced.

Business Continuity Management (BCM) Guide: Business Continuity Management (“BCM”) is an over-arching framework that aims to minimize the impact to businesses due to operational disruptions. It not only addresses the restoration of information technology (“IT”) infrastructure, but also focuses on the rapid recovery and resumption of critical business functions for the fulfilment of business obligations.

 

Languages

This content is available in English only.

 

Mappings

Mappings for the MAS guidelines to the Archer Control Standard Library are available in the Monetary Authority of Singapore (BCM) authoritative source content pack. This content includes questions associated with this authoritative source.

Control standard mappings are not available for Monetary Authority of Singapore (TRMG) authoritative source.

 

Content Source

The source of this content comes from the MAS TRMG Guidelines and BCM Guidelines.

 

Licensing Restrictions

The MAS guidelines authoritative source content is available with the use of the Archer Policy Program Management, Archer IT Policy Program Management, and/or Archer Authorization and Assessment use cases. No additional license is required.

 

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