CP140: Consultation on new cross-industry operational resilience guidance

The Central Bank is aware of an array of disruptive events financial services firms face daily including technology failures; cyber incidents; the COVID-19 pandemic and natural disasters which affect the delivery of critical or important business services. CP140 aims to enhance the industry’s operational resilience – that is, the ability to identify and prepare for, respond and adapt to, recover and learn from an operational disruption.

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