Complying with Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Cyber Hygiene guidelines

Complying with Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Cyber Hygiene guidelines

In the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)’s most recent revision to the Technology Risk Management Guidelines in 2021, the updated guidelines focus on addressing technology and cyber risks by financial institutions (FIs) specifically in cloud technologies, application programming interfaces and rapid software development.

With the rapidly evolving nature of cyber threats and the acceleration of digital transformation has resulted in the elevation of the Cyber Hygiene guidelines contained in the Technology Risk Management (TRM) guidelines into legally binding requirements.

Read this updated white paper to :

  • Get an overview of the six legally binding pillars recommended for organisations to manage cyber threats
  • Know about applying security patching as it is one of the key practices and pillars laid out in the MAS guidelines.

Known vulnerabilities remain one of the most commonly used entry points for ransomware exploits, and with the increase in ransomware attacks, this also covers how you can leverage on MAS Cyber Hygiene Guidelines to predict Active Directory flaws and misconfigurations.

Explore this white paper to understand how to gain control, companies need a data-driven proactive solution to prioritise the vulnerabilities that pose the most risk, and securing assets that are most business critical to the organisation.

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