Federal Reserve

China allegedly tapped computers and phones of Fed employee, Sen. Portman says in report


Lawmakers say the Fed must do more to secure its systems from overseas interference.

Government needs digital identity infrastructure now more than ever


Financial institutions might be best positioned to deliver it.

This bill could ‘turbocharge’ financial regulators’ analytics


The House Financial Services Committee's leadership is pushing legislation to standardize data at eight agencies, paving the way for RegTech and AI apps.

Report: CFPB should assess risks to cloud systems before their deployment


The system went unnamed in the Federal Reserve OIG's evaluation, but it supports the bureau's Consumer Response Call Center.

System that tracks federal debt needs security fixes, GAO says


As part of its annual audit of the Schedules of Federal Debt — essentially the Treasury's register of what the government owes to its creditors — the GAO also looks at the associated IT.

Global financial messaging system SWIFT hires cybersecurity firms


The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, or SWIFT, a global messaging service relied on by banks for international money transfers, has hired two large cybersecurity vendors and launched threat intelligence sharing and forensic analysis services for its customers, it announced Monday.