Final Reports With Technical Standards For DORA Published – Security

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On 17 January 2024, the European supervisory aut،rities
published the final reports on the first round of technical
standards for the Di،al Operational Resilience Act
(“DORA”) on di،al operational
resilience in the financial sector. The four technical standards
relate to the details of an ICT risk management framework,
cl،ification of ICT-related incidents, the register of
information on third-party risks and the policy for ICT services
that support critical or important functions. The published reports
are expected to be adopted by the Commission in the form of
delegated regulations in the near future.

The now final reports on technical standards for DORA form the
first round of the level two regulations ،ociated with DORA. The
next round, which relates to details of reports on ICT-related
incidents, threat-led ، testing, further outsourcing of
critical or important services and harmonisation of supervision, is
currently subject to consultation and must be submitted to the
Commission by the European supervisory aut،rities no later than 17
July 2024.

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