1 1 Monetary Authority of Singapore Technology Risk Guidelines & Notices New Requirements for Financial Services Industry Mark Ames Director, Seminar Program ISACA Singapore
2 2 MAS Supervisory Framework Impact Assessment Risk Assessment Impact on Singapore financial environment if the FI experiences distress Risk that a financial institution will not meet supervisory objectives Issues of Supervisory Concern Supervisory Intensity Specific Supervisory Plan Supervisory Requirements Technology Risk Guidelines Supervisory Objectives stable financial system; safe and sound financial intermediaries; safe and efficient financial infrastructure; fair, efficient and transparent organised markets; transparent and fair-dealing intermediaries and offerors; and well-informed and empowered consumers. MAS FRAMEWORK FOR IMPACT AND RISK ASSESSMENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
3 3 From IBTRM to TRM++ MAS TRM Guidelines (recommended best practice) Extended from on-line banking services to: All banking financial services Financial advisors and fund managers, Trust companies Money changers In effect from 21 June 2013 New Mandatory Requirements- Notices Identify critical systems High level of reliability, availability, and recoverability of critical IT systems; Protect customer information from unauthorised access or disclosure. Mandatory Reporting Outages, Security Breaches These take effect from 1 July 2014 Remittance agents and money brokers Insurance providers and brokers Payment systems operators
4 4 Notices Identify Critical Systems a system, the failure of which will: cause significant disruption to operations, or materially impact service to customers, a system which (a) processes transactions that are time critical; or (b) provides essential services to customers; Organisations are required to establish a framework and process to identify critical systems as defined in the Notice and maintain a list of critical systems, if any By 1 July 2014
5 5 Notices Unscheduled Outages Apply to identified Critical Systems Establish a recovery time objective ( RTO ) of not more than 4 hours for each critical system. The RTO is the duration of time, from the point of disruption, within which a system must be restored. Ensure that maximum unscheduled downtime for each critical system does not exceed a total of 4 hours within any period of 12 months. Indications are that MAS expects no more than 4 cumulative hours annually of incidents that result in severe and widespread impact on operations, or material impact on service to customers Effective from 1 July 2013.
6 6 Notices - Mandatory Reporting Unscheduled outages of critical systems causing significant disruption of services to customers Security Incidents Critical Systems hacking, intrusion or denial of service attack All Systems compromise of customer information Must be Reported within one hour of discovery Root-cause and impact analysis report within 14 days Must notify MAS within 1 hour upon the discovery of a system malfunction or IT security incident regardless of when the malfunction or incident occurs. From 1 July 2014
7 7 MAS TRM Guidelines Principles and best practice standards focussing on: a. Robust technology risk management framework; b. System security, reliability, resiliency, and recoverability; and c. Strong authentication to protect customer data, transactions and systems. Guidelines are not legally binding: the degree of observance with the spirit of the Guidelines is an area of consideration in the risk assessment of the FI by MAS
8 8 MAS TRM expectations All financial institutions will address key areas of concern Risk Outsourcing Online Services Payment Cards With special emphasis on: Protecting Customer Information Cryptographic Functions Access Control and Privileged Access System Acquisition & Development Service & Continuity Planning Infrastructure & Data Centre Security Audit, Oversight & Governance
10 Protecting Customer Information Encrypt customer personal, account and transaction data: stored and processed in systems. (9.0.2) stored in all types of endpoint devices (9.1.3). exchanged with external parties (9.1.5) stored on IT systems, servers and databases (9.1.6) on backup tapes and disks, including USB disks (8.4.4) in storage and transmission within mobile online services and payments. (12.2.4) 10 Priority! You should now be identifying gaps and planning remediation as a priority
11 Protecting Customer Information Encrypt customer personal, account and transaction data: Don t forget the PDPA! stored and processed in systems. (9.0.2) Comes into force in parallel with TRM Legally binding with penalties for non-compliance stored in all types of endpoint devices (9.1.3). exchanged with external parties (9.1.5) You must know and document where and how you hold Customer personal information stored on IT systems, servers and databases (9.1.6) on backup tapes and disks, including USB disks (8.4.4) Consolidate customer personal information in storage and transmission within mobile online services and payments. (12.2.4) 11 Priority! You should now be identifying gaps and planning remediation as a priority
12 12 Cryptographic Functions Priority! Verify cryptographic implementations Use only cryptographic modules based on authoritative standards and reputable protocols. Review cryptographic algorithms and crypto-key configurations for deficiencies and loopholes. Thoroughly assess ciphers, key sizes, key exchange control protocols, hashing functions and random number generators. Rigorously test: all cryptographic operations (encryption, decryption, hashing, signing) and key management procedures (generation, distribution, installation, renewal, revocation and expiry) Ensure you have access to required expertise
13 13 Priority! Access Control and Privileged Access apply stringent selection criteria and thorough screening controls and security practices are unchanged from IBTRM: a. Implement strong authentication mechanisms such as two-factor authentication for privileged users; b. Institute strong controls over remote access by privileged users; c. Restrict the number of privileged users; d. Grant privileged access on a need-tohave basis; e. Maintain audit logging of system activities performed by privileged users; f. Disallow privileged users from accessing systems logs in which their activities are being captured; g. Review privileged users activities on a timely basis; h. Prohibit sharing of privileged accounts; i. Disallow vendors and contractors from gaining privileged access to systems without close supervision and monitoring; and j. Protect backup data from unauthorised access. Enact in policies, standards and procedures. Document controls.
14 14 TRM Risk Framework Establish a technology risk management framework to manage technology risks in a systematic and consistent manner. a. Roles and responsibilities in managing technology risks; b. Identification and prioritisation of information system assets; c. Identification and assessment of impact and likelihood of current and emerging threats, risks and vulnerabilities; d. Implementation of appropriate practices and controls to mitigate risks; and e. Periodic update and monitoring of risk assessment to include changes in systems, environmental or operating conditions that would affect risk analysis. New requirements maintain a risk register develop IT risk metrics and quantify potential impacts and consequences of risks across the business and operations.
15 15 TRM Risk Framework Establish a technology risk management framework to manage technology Risk Measurement: risks in a systematic and consistent manner. * Likelihood/Probability (of something happening) X a. Roles * Consequences/Impact and responsibilities (of in loss managing or disruption technology of service) risks; b. Identification Example: and prioritisation of information system assets; c. Identification Likelihood of and Credit assessment Card of impact system and likelihood failing of current and emerging threats, (based on risks previous and vulnerabilities; experience and experience in other organisations) Is once in two years. Annual probability =50% d. Implementation of appropriate practices and controls to mitigate risks; and e. Periodic Impact update average and outage monitoring two hours: of risk assessment to include changes in systems, Lost revenue environmental = $200 or operating conditions that would affect risk analysis. Recovery cost = $6,500 Customer complaints = 30 > $100 per complaint to resolve = $3,000 maintain Total Impact a risk register = $9,700 New requirements develop IT risk metrics and quantify potential impacts and consequences Annualised of Risk risks =.50 across X $9,700 the business = $4,850and operations. Document accountabilities, processes and actions.
16 16 TRM IT Outsourcing Risks Directors and Senior are liable For understanding risks and exercising due diligence in entering outsourcing arrangements Regulators (e.g. MAS) must have access to outsourced systems and facilities. Maintain security of operations Thorough Contingency and Recovery Planning Including failure of outsourcing firm Cloud Computing Keep customer data and information assets separate Contractual arrangements to remove/ retreive data Recovery capability (RTO) consistent with business and regulatory requirements Apply the same Risk Appetite and controls.
17 17 TRM System Development & Acquisition All Applications: Apply appropriate security controls based on the type and complexity of services provided. Project Framework project risk assessment, risk classification, critical success factors Full documentation standards Specify Security Requirements access control authentication transaction authorisation data integrity Oversight and monitoring system activity logging audit trails security event tracking exception handling Develop a standard Controls Library.
18 18 TRM System Development & Acquisition 2 Testing Full testing methodology including regression testing Penetration and vulnerability testing Separate environments. Source Code Review Identify: security vulnerabilities and deficiencies, mistakes in system design or functionality End User Applications Identify important end-user applications spreadsheets, macros, scripts, etc Include in recovery and support plans Apply similar reviews as for large applications Vendors and partners must also comply: Inform them and put in contracts.
19 19 TRM Service & Continuity Change & Migration Fully documented framework including staged approvals and assessment of risks Fall back/roll back planning Synchronisation with backup and recovery environments Incident & Problem Refer to requirements in Notices regarding Security Incidents Reporting and analysis of Major incidents Fully documented framework including Classification of severity especially for security incidents Escalation and response plans action plan to address public relations issues Establish a computer emergency response team comprising staff within the FI with necessary technical and operational skills to handle major incidents. Comply with Notices on Incident Reporting as a priority.
20 20 TRM Data Security Infrastructure Security Asset classification and protection Identify important data Implement appropriate controls Protect sensitive information Encrypt sensitive information At end points, in transmission, stored on corporate systems Social media, cloud-based storage, and webmail Don t use to store or communicate sensitive information Prevent and detect the use of such services Review your communications with customers.
21 21 TRM Technology Infrastructure Security System Inventories Hardware, software, and support agreements Production and DR Comprehensive and current Security Configuration Define & document security settings; regularly review & verify Unsupported (Unsupportable) Systems Replace them! Have refresh and life-cycle plans and planning process Start planning now to create or update detailed system inventories, configuration standards, and refresh plans.
22 22 TRM Network Security Infrastructure Security Configuration Standards Regularly monitor for compliance Anti-Virus Comprehensive malware detection, prevention, & removal is better! Firewalls and IDS At perimeter and to segregate internal trusted networks Secure WLANs Vulnerability and Penetration Testing Don t rely on automated tools Demonstrate remediation planning Patch Change management! Security Monitoring real-time monitoring of security events for critical systems Document your own internal standards supported by risk assessments.
23 23 TRM Data Centre Security A digest of current data centre security standards: ISO TIA-942 SAS 70 COBIT 5 Threat Vulnerability Risk Assessment (TVRA) is central Monitor Service Providers ETSI European Telecommunication Standardization Institute Physical, Logical, and Environmental Controls Ensure your data centres and service provider data centres meet current international standards
24 24 TRM Online Services Manage higher risks associated with on-line services. Repeated emphasis on: Security Strategy Data Security Security Requirements Customer Education Security Monitoring Physical and logical access security Two factor authentication Transaction signing Equivalent controls for mobile services Implementation of Cryptography (App C) DDoS countermeasures (App D) Minimise exposure to cyber attacks (App E) Online services are a key focus and priority for MAS Make it your focus, too.
25 25 TRM Payment Cards Applies to card issuers and kiosk operators Banks, American Express, SAM, AXS, etc. Cards and Transactions Chip cards are mandatory Activation controls OTP for CNP Fraud monitoring Deviant transactions ATMs and Kiosks a. Anti-skimming controls b. Detection and notification systems c. Tamper-resistant keypads d. Prevent shoulder surfing e. Video surveillance. Complying with PCI-DSS will address many other MAS TRM areas of concern.
26 26 TRM Internal Audit Independent and Objective IT Audit Function Or other governance and oversight structures Comprehensive Audit Scope Scope should encompass TRM areas of coverage Annual IT Audit Plan Priority on high risk areas Track and Monitor IT Audit Issues Fund and support remediation programs Integrate internal audit with other GRC activities to demonstrate that you can and will meet supervisory objectives.
27 27 TRM Appendices A: SYSTEMS SECURITY TESTING AND SOURCE CODE REVIEW B: STORAGE SYSTEM RESILIENCY C: CRYPTOGRAPHY D: DISTRIBUTED DENIAL-OF-SERVICE PROTECTION E: SECURITY MEASURES FOR ONLINE SYSTEMS F: CUSTOMER PROTECTION AND EDUCATION The devil is in the detail: These specify key details of MAS supervisory objectives.
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