Canada's Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) recently issued two consultative guidelines aimed at improving the resilience and security of the country's financial system by addressing non-financial risks, including those stemming from culture and behavior.
The first new guideline seeks to mitigate the likelihood of integrity and security failures, which can impact the safety and soundness of financial institutions and undermine public confidence. "Failure to comply with ethical standards, regulations, and the law may increase the risk of a physical or electronic security breach," OSFI writes. "In turn, failure to appropriately protect physical or electronic security may be rooted in a lack of integrity and constitute not only a security failure, but breach of ethical standards, regulations, or the law."
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