Version 1.2 dramatically expands the reach of the Profile, incorporating key international cyber expectations for the financial institutions. Today, December 14, 2021, the Cyber Risk Institute (CRI) released Version 1.2 of the Profile: https://cyberriskinstitute.org/the-profile/. The CRI Profile is a widely accepted cyber security regulatory compliance framework. This release is the largest update to the Profile … Continued
< Supporting CRI in evaluating the Organization’s activity opportunities, such as tool development, alliance partnerships, and potential accreditation of third-party assessors, and the financial implications thereof, this is the Finance and Operations Committee’s standing monthly meeting.
Supporting CRI’s “Educate” and “Integrate” focus areas by prioritizing regulatory regimes within the US and globally for inclusion, this is the Committee’s standing monthly meeting for such discussions. Committee Members Only.
Supporting CRI’s “Educate” and “Integrate” focus areas by prioritizing regulatory regimes within the US and globally for inclusion, this is the Committee’s standing monthly meeting for such discussions. Committee Members Only
CRI is taking the Profile to the next level. We are looking for a partner to develop an online Profile platform, which will serve as a web-based solution enabling the presentation of the questions from the Profile at scale. This will provide an efficient user interface, the ability to incorporate evidence directly into the Profile … Continued
This except from our August 25, 2020 webinar with Churchill & Harriman offer a useful overview of the Cyber Risk Institute and the Profile.
On August 30, 2019, BITS — the technology policy division of the Bank Policy Institute (BPI) — submitted a letter to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) commending it for implementing a mapping and review process for the evaluation of controls in information systems. This change will save cybersecurity professionals countless manhours and will … Continued