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Understanding SWIFT CSP

After a high-profile series of attacks against a number of organizations last year, SWIFT has set up a SWIFT CSP (Customer Security Program) for further payment fraud prevention. The CSP contains a laundry list of controls, some of which are mandatory, some advisory, along with multiple deadlines.

This is a great step in the right direction, but it is a lot of information to absorb. Read this 3-page executive brief to get a simple explanation of what matters most and to better understand how to prepare for the January 2018 deadline.

"38% of all banks and payment organizations admit that it's now very difficult to tell the difference between a legitimate payment and a fraudulent one."

Average annual cost of cybercrime in the financial services industries is $20.8 million. What you can do to win the fight

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SWIFT Compliance & Payment Fraud Protection

Increasing threats of payment fraud have resulted in a new set of SWIFT security controls, known as the SWIFT Customer Security Programme or CSP. The SWIFT CSP establishes a set of mandatory and advisory controls to act as a security foundation for the SWIFT community.


Swift Access Service

With Bottomline’s scalable and flexible SWIFT Access Service, one of the SWIFT service bureaus in Bottomline’s Financial Messaging division, customers ranging in size from large multinationals to smaller entities with more modest turnovers can benefit from SWIFT connectivity.

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