RBI Guidelines for Cyber Security in the NBFC Sector
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has issued guidelines for cyber security in the NBFC sector to help non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) protect their information systems and data from cyber threats. The guidelines cover a wide range of topics, RNR, as a CERT-In Empaneled Security Auditor, is licensed to assist you in understanding, managing, and complying with RBI Guidelines & Circulars that are issued on a regular basis. The RBI announced new guidelines for the Information Technology Framework for the NBFC Sector on June 8, 2017, which include specific provisions and regulations regarding information and cyber security, IT audit, business continuity planning, and so on.
The following is an overview of some of the important principles and requirements from the RBI Guidelines for NBFC Cyber Security.
As an authorized CERT-In Empanelled Security Auditor, RNR can assist you in understanding, managing, and complying with the RBI Guidelines & Circulars that are periodically released. On June 08, 2017, the RBI released new guidelines for the NBFC Sector’s Information Technology Framework, which includes specific requirements related to Information and Cyber Security, IT Audit, Business Continuity Planning, and more. Here is a brief summary of some key points and requirements from the RBI Guidelines for Cyber Security in the NBFC Sector. To learn more about the RBI Guidelines and how RNR can help you adhere to RBI’s mandates, you can download our Whitepaper.
- Need for a Board approved Cyber-security Policy
- Vulnerability Management
- Cyber security preparedness indicators
- Cyber Crisis Management Plan
- Sharing of information on cyber-security incidents with RBI
- Cyber-security awareness among stakeholders / Top Management / Board
- Digital Signatures
- IT Risk Assessment
- Mobile Financial Services
- Social Media Risks
Information Security Audit
- Policy for Information System Audit (IS Audit)
- Computer-Assisted Audit Techniques (CAATs)
Planning for Business Continuity
- Business Impact Analysis
- Recovery Strategy / Contingency Planning
What we do
RNR provide remedial actions based on the RBI guidelines that NBFC must take to address any gaps in their cyber security posture. These remedial actions may include:
- Implementing additional security controls
- Conducting additional training for employees
- Updating security policies and procedures
- Submitting a report to the RBI on the remedial actions taken
NBFCs that fail to comply with the guidelines may be subject to penalties by the RBI. But do not worry, we are here to help.
Contact us to discover more about the RBI Guidelines, and procedures, and how RNR may assist you in meeting the RBI’s requirements.
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