Extracts from an article by Rhiannon Curry, business reporter for The Telegraph.
“The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has awarded a £40m contract to 17 companies to monitor its cyber defences as it seeks to strengthen its online security in the wake of a series of high-profile attacks.”[…]
“It is the first time that the FCA has turned to external companies to help it with cyber security, according to Tussell, the data research company. The contract runs until March 2021. The move is part of a wider plan by the UK’s major financial institutions to put in place measures to keep the businesses running in the event of major disruption.”
Read the full article on The Telegraph website.