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AUTOMATED CYBERSECURITY ASSESSMENT TOOL
Version 2.1 of the Automated Cybersecurity Assessment Tool was updated on November 29, 2017 to fix a minor error with the previous version*.
*Version 2.1 of the Automated Cybersecurity Assessment Tool was updated on November 29, 2017 to fix a minor error with the previous version. The error involved
the "Appendix A Baseline Mapping" column in the "Maturity Tool Input" sheet. The error was with the text in the column only and the correction makes the ACAT consistent with the FFIEC’s
updated Cybersecurity Assessment Tool documentation. The change did not affect any mathematical calculations in the tool.
DESTRUCTIVE MALWARE PAPER
Best Practices For Us Financial Institutions
Reducing Risks Associated With Destructive Malware
Established in 2002 by the financial sector, the FSSCC coordinates critical infrastructure and homeland security activities within the financial services industry. Its 70 members consist of
financial trade associations, financial utilities, and the most critical financial firms.