BIS develops framework against CBDC cyberattacks By Cointelegraph



On July 7, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), a financial institution owned by constituent central banks, published a framework for defending central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) against cybersecurity threats. The BIS wrote:

In its report, the BIS said security frameworks should safeguard the confidentiality, integrity and availability of CBDC transactions. By design, CBDCs must be able to dynamically scale to respond to a sudden surge in transaction volumes, have no single points of failure, operate 24/7 without outages and function even if their underlying financial institution experiences an outage. Moreover:

BIS’ seven point security framework. Source: BIS