Welcome

to the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council, or FSSCC for short. Established in 2002, the FSSCC is an industry-led, non-profit organization that coordinates critical infrastructure and homeland security activities within the financial services industry. Our members consist of financial trade associations, financial utilities and the most critical financial firms.

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Welcome

to the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council, or FSSCC for short. Established in 2002, the FSSCC is an industry-led, non-profit organization that coordinates critical infrastructure and homeland security activities within the financial services industry. Our members consist of financial trade associations, financial utilities and the most critical financial firms.

Learn more about the FSSCC >

The Terrain of Cybersecurity

Make no mistake, cybersecurity is a battlefield and attackers are everywhere. The FSSCC works with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and other key government agencies to enhance the financial service industry’s resiliency and protect and secure the nation’s critical infrastructure from cyber and physical incidents.

Our Member Organizations

As financial services increasingly become more inter-connected, an attack that explits a vulnerability at one firm can have repercussions for the entire sector. The FSSCC brings together our 70+ member-partners from financial trade associations, financial utilities, and other critical financial firms. As leaders for the entire industry, we work together, share ideas, develop best practices, and publish this information for all.


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Our Member Organizations

As financial services increasingly become more inter-connected, an attack that explits a vulnerability at one firm can have repercussions for the entire sector. The FSSCC brings together our 70+ member-partners from financial trade associations, financial utilities, and other critical financial firms. As leaders for the entire industry, we work together, share ideas, develop best practices, and publish this information for all.


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Public-Private Partnership

The U.S. Government shares the goals of the FSSCC. Terrorism and state-sponsored criminal activities can take the form of attacks against our financial services sector, leading to theft and chaos. The FSSCC works hand-in-hand with the U.S. Treasury Department, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and other financial regulatory and law enforcement agencies to improve our collective resilience and security posture.


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Highlighted Resources

Cyber Storm 2020 After-Action Report
On August 10-14, 2020, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) conducted Cyber Storm 2020 (CS 2020), the seventh iteration of the national capstone cyber exercise that brings together the public and private sectors to simulate response to a cyber crisis impacting the Nation’s critical infrastructure.

Cybersecurity Profile
The FSSCC Cybersecurity Profile is now managed, updated, and maintained by the Cyber Risk Institute (CRI).

Automated FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool
The Automated FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (ACAT) to provide all members of the financial services industry with an outline of the guidance and a means to collect and score their responses to the Assessment questions.

Business Services Resilience and Restoration
This white paper defines key terms used in discussions related to operational resilience, business continuity/disaster recovery, and business restoration.

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