SWIFT recently announced that all banks and corporate clients need to comply with the new cyber security standards. Companies have until the end of 2017 to be compliant. By 2018 all companies using SWIFT need to be compliant.
KPMG can assist its clients to comply with the SWIFT security requirements through providing them with a wide range of services.
Our services cover 1) review and report the clients’ current controls in place for SWIFT security requirements, and 2) design and implement new frameworks and controls in order to assist clients in achieving the desired control state.
The SWIFT security assessment services offered by KPMG are:
KPMG has been involved in many client engagements within the financial industry and corporates. We performed many security reviews, security assessments, IT audits, penetration tests and ethical hacking engagements (red-teaming) on Swift implementations and related back-office systems. Credentials are available at request.
KPMG would welcome the opportunity to further explain its services suite.
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