DORA, the Digital Operational Resilience Act, is draft legislation designed to improve the cybersecurity and operational resiliency of the financial services sector. It complements existing laws such as the Network and Information Security Directive (NISD) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


DORA is applicable nearly to all financial entities and third-party information and communications technology (ICT) providers, like credit institutions, management companies, institutions for occupational retirement pensions or investment firms…


AND it will also affect business information providers!


The goal of DORA is to ensure the availability of required safeguards for all participants in the financial system to mitigate cyber-attacks and other risks and to strengthen resilience to cyber-attacks. DORA shall also consolidate and improve risk requirements for information and communications technology (ICT) across the financial sector.


The main topics and consequently the agenda for this informative session are:

  • Implementation of an adequate ICT risk management
  • Harmonized reporting of important ICT-related incidents
  • Detailed testing of the digital operational resilience
  • Management of ICT third-party risk by financial entities
  • Arrangements of information-sharing on cyber threat information and intelligence between financial entities


Target audience:

CEOs, CIOs, Chief Information Security Officers, Chief Security Officers or anyone else, who might be interested. 


Please join us for this informative session!