As crime continues to pay and fraud attempts increase, SWIFT has released its Customer Security Programme (CSP) to harden the endpoints of the SWIFT network. Launched on May 27th, 2016, SWIFT CSP supports all customer segments, whether directly or indirectly connected, in reinforcing the security of their SWIFT-related infrastructure.
Everyone with a SWIFT BIC must evaluate their environment and attest to be in compliance. SWIFT users must always conduct their own analysis of the suitability of a Cyber Security Service Provider for their purposes. Worried about doing this on your own? Strategic Treasurer can help guide you through this process.
SWIFT CSP is articulated around three mutually reinforcing areas:
Secure & Protect
Share & Prepare
Prevent & Detect
Each of these webinar replays go into more detail about SWIFT CSP and what you need to know.
Making Payment Controls Work: Securing Your Environment
Payment Controls: Security & Monitoring
SWIFT Security: The What and Why of the Customer Security Programme (SWIFT CSP)
Making Payment Controls Work: Limiting Access, Detecting & Responding
Strategic Treasurer Can Help
We’re ready to help. Whether you connect through a Service Bureau or have your SWIFT infrastructure in-house, an attestation is required this year—and the security requirements are more robust than the controls that most treasury departments currently have in place.
Do you know where yours fall short?
Outsource the Headache
Strategic Treasurer will come onsite to perform an assessment and provide you with complete documentation, detailing areas where you are in compliance and areas for improvement, including the next steps needed to bring you into compliance before the deadline.
The Bottom Line
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