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Tag: Financial Services

Tips for building a cloud security operating model in the financial services industry

My team helps financial services customers understand how AWS services operate so that you can incorporate AWS into your existing processes and security operations centers (SOCs). As soon as you create your first AWS account for your organization, you’re live in the cloud. So, from day one, you should be equipped with certain information: you […]

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AWS and the European Banking Authority Guidelines on Outsourcing

Financial institutions across the globe use AWS to transform the way they do business. It’s exciting to watch our customers in the financial services industry innovate on AWS in unique ways, across all geos and use cases. Regulations continue to evolve in this space, and we’re working hard to help customers proactively respond to new […]

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AWS achieves OSPAR outsourcing standard for Singapore financial industry

August 22, 2019: We’ve updated the number of services for which AWS has received an OSPAR attestation. AWS has achieved the Outsourced Service Provider Audit Report (OSPAR) attestation for 64 services in the Asia Pacific (Singapore) Region. The OSPAR assessment is performed by an independent third party auditor. AWS’s OSPAR demonstrates that AWS has a […]

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Singapore financial services: new resources for customer side of the shared responsibility model

Based on customer feedback, we’ve updated our AWS User Guide to Financial Services Regulations and Guidelines in Singapore whitepaper, as well as our AWS Monetary Authority of Singapore Technology Risk Management Guidelines (MAS TRM Guidelines) Workbook, which is available for download via AWS Artifact. Both resources now include considerations and best practices for the customer […]

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New whitepaper: Achieving Operational Resilience in the Financial Sector and Beyond

AWS has released a new whitepaper, Amazon Web Services’ Approach to Operational Resilience in the Financial Sector and Beyond, in which we discuss how AWS and customers build for resiliency on the AWS cloud. We’re constantly amazed at the applications our customers build using AWS services — including what our financial services customers have built, […]

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Three key trends in financial services cloud compliance

As financial institutions increasingly move their technology infrastructure to the cloud, financial regulators are tailoring their oversight to the unique features of a cloud environment. Regulators have followed a variety of approaches, sometimes issuing new rules and guidance tailored to the cloud. Other times, they have updated existing guidelines for managing technology providers to be […]

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AWS Compliance Center for financial services now available

On Tuesday, September 4, AWS announced the launch of an AWS Compliance Center for our Financial Services (FS) customers. This addition to our compliance offerings gives you a central location to research cloud-related regulatory requirements that impact the financial services industry. Prior to the launch of the AWS Compliance Center, customers preparing to adopt AWS […]

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A New Guide to Banking Regulations and Guidelines in India

The AWS User Guide to Banking Regulations and Guidelines in India was published in December 2017 and includes information that can help banks regulated by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) assess how to implement an appropriate information security, risk management, and governance program in the AWS Cloud. The guide focuses on the following key […]

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The First AWS Regional Financial Services Guide Focuses on Singapore

To help Financial Services clients address Singapore’s regulations on financial institutions in a shared responsibility environment, AWS has published the AWS User Guide to Financial Services Regulations and Guidelines in Singapore. This first-ever AWS Financial Services guide is the culmination of the work AWS has done in the last year to help customers navigate the Monetary […]

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