Industry to take up Fed’s white paper on cyber risk

Workshop will delve into definitions and classifications of the most chameleon of risks

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The financial sector will get a chance to rake over a white paper by Federal Reserve researchers that attempts to define and measure cyber risk at an industry workshop in Charlotte, North Carolina, next week.

The meeting, slated for November 20, aims to bring uniformity to gauging cyber risk, a category that encompasses the threat of hackers from far-flung corners of the planet, thieving in-house employees, defects in software, as well as innocent screw-ups by staff. The meeting is sponsored by

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