PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Bangladesh on Wednesday organized an interactive session in its office in Dhaka to share its knowledge, experience and solution in the area of SWIFT system security and growing cyber attacks.
The session discussed ways to ensure compliance with SWIFT Global's Customer Security Program (CSP) framework within the deadlines set for January 1, 2018, regulatory requirements of various countries.
The event also addressed PwC 's strategy and approach in conducting SWIFT security assessment, CSP coverage, including application – related controls, IT processes And network and cyber security checks.
The session was led by Dilip Ghosh, advisor for risk insurance services at PwC, and Shrikrishna Dikshit, associate director of services, said PwC Bangladesh in a statement yesterday.
PwC hopes that the session will pave the way for Bangladeshi banks to assess the security and control of SWIFT in their term in partnership with the company, the statement said.
Mamun Rashid, PwC Managing partner of Bangladesh countries; Somak Shome, director of cyber security at PwC India, and Md Ashikur Rahman, cyber security consultant at PwC Bangladesh, were also present.
IT officials and key information security agents from various banks and financial institutions also attended the event, according to the release.