Data-sharing group to help fight cyber and physical crime

File photo showing a man typing on a computer keyboard with digital codes being shown on the screen.
File photo showing a man typing on a computer keyboard with digital codes being shown on the screen.PHOTO: REUTERS

It lets central banks, regulators and supervisors share best practices, get feedback

A new information-sharing group for central banks, regulators and supervisors will be launched to help combat cyber and physical crime, as well as build a more resilient financial sector.

The CERES (CEntral banks, REgulators and Supervisory entities) Forum is the first such global platform bringing together these entities.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 12, 2018, with the headline 'Data-sharing group to help fight cyber and physical crime'. Print Edition | Subscribe