How the U.S. might respond if China launched a full-scale cyberattack
20 private executives and ex-U.S. officials last month quietly explored what a cyberattack from China would look like for both the public and private sector.
As ransomware hobbled Atlanta, banks drilled for next iteration of attacks
The exercise, which assembled 18 financial institutions and the industry’s threat-sharing center, simulated a “WannaCry-like” ransomware attack.
Inside 'Project Indigo,' the quiet info-sharing program between banks and U.S. Cyber Command
CyberScoop has uncovered "Project Indigo," a covert agreement between The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center and U.S. Cyber Command that allows for the sharing of threat information.
FS-ISAC releases API for safer data sharing
The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center is releasing the API in order “to foster universal adoption of a more secure and robust data sharing framework."
Financial institutions launch their own cyber range to train defenders, test tools
Banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions are banding together to design and build a series of computer environments where defenders can exercise, train and test tools to defend their real computer networks.
Big banks form new cyber resilience center
The largest and most important banks, those designated by the Department of Homeland Security as critical to the U.S. financial system, have a new forum for working together on cyberthreats, they said Monday.