Publications from FSOR

Abstract icon In Financial Sectorforum for Operational Resilience (FSOR), the financial sector work together to increase the sector’s operational resilience, including cyber resilience. Progress in this joint collaboration forum is reported after the end of each year. The latest publication regarding 2021 – but previous publications as well – are available on this page.

Annual report 2021 from the Financial Sector forum for Operational Resilience
Progress in cyber resilience in 2021 presents the results achieved in 2021 in the Financial Sector forum for Operational Resilience (FSOR). You can read about, among other things, FSOR's risk analysis, which sets the direction for joint work in FSOR, about a new tool for self-evaluation of cyber resilience and about testing of FSOR's crisis management plan. The report also provides information about the safeguards against cyberattacks in Denmark's financial institutions within the framework of TIBER-DK and Danmarks Nationalbank's survey on cyber resilience in the financial sector. The purpose of these measures is to increase operational resilience in the sector, thereby promoting financial stability.

Risk analysis in the financial sector

Some systemic risks can best be addressed jointly. The Danish financial sector has developed a methodology for prioritising the joint work on cyber risks. The sector works together to identify and address systemic risks on a structured basis. The methodology increases cyber security both for the individual institution and for society as a whole.The methodology may also be used in sectors other than the financial sector.