The Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) is intended to help EU financial sector organizations improve their resilience against cyberattacks. Overall, DORA places a key focus on securing information and communication technology (ICT). The act applies not only to financial firms, but also to third parties that provide the firms with ICT systems and services.
But that’s just a high-level summary. Today’s security teams need to know the specifics – controls, processes and reporting requirements – for achieving DORA compliance. This eBook provides the details your team needs to:
- Understand DORA and how it applies to your organization.
- Map specific controls to DORA requirements.
- Meet DORA requirements by securing all identities with high-risk access, from IT admins to vendors, across all environments including hybrid cloud.
Complying with security regulations like DORA is complex and the stakes keep rising. Enterprises with high levels of non-compliance saw the average cost of a data breach increase 12.6% to $5.05 million in 2023.1 Download this eBook today and learn how you can reduce risk, defend against attacks, and streamline compliance initiatives through a comprehensive identity security strategy.
1. IBM, “2023 Cost of a Data Breach Report,” 2023