Following a series of high-profile attacks against a number of organisations, the SWIFT payments network launched a number of SWIFT CSP (Customer Security Programme) controls to enhance protection against payment fraud.
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Advisory controls are based on good practice that SWIFT recommends users to implement. Over time, mandatory controls may change due to the evolving threat landscape, and some advisory controls may become mandatory.
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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.
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