Established in 2002 by the financial sector, the FSSCC works collaboratively with key Government agencies to protect the Nation’s critical infrastructure from cyber and physical
Our 70 members consist of financial trade associations, financial utilities, and the most critical financial firms. FSSCC partners with the public sector on policy issues concerning the
resilience of the sector. Over the years, the FSSCC has built and maintained relationships with the U.S. Treasury and Homeland Security Departments, all the federal financial regulatory
agencies (e.g., Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Securities and Exchange Commission), and law enforcement
agencies (e.g., Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Secret Service). Through these relationships, the FSSCC directly assists the sector’s response to natural disasters, threats from
terrorists, and cybersecurity issues of all types.
The FSSCC coordinates the development of critical infrastructure strategies and initiatives with its financial services members, trade associations, and other industry sectors.
The Department of the Treasury is the Sector Specific Agency (SSA) assigned to financial services. The FSSCC and Treasury have developed a strong public-private partnership with the shared
goal of maintaining a robust and resilient financial services sector.
Members with a Mission
The mission of the FSSCC is to strengthen the resiliency of the financial services sector against attacks and other threats to the nation’s critical infrastructure by proactively
identifying threats and promoting protection, driving preparedness, collaborating with the U. S. Federal government, and coordinating crisis response - for the benefit of the Financial
Services sector, consumers and the USA.