Is your company protected from cyber threats?

Today's treasury infrastructure is changing and, with it, the associated risks of data loss or fraud have multiplied. Within the security community, it is often said that it is not a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’ you are going to be affected by a security breach. Treasurers need to ensure that controls are in place to protect the corporate assets and, as such, should take a lead role in protecting the company from cyber threats. Securing your company is not a one-time exercise; it is a journey that needs to be reviewed regularly and adapted to new threats.

The EACT's CyberSecurity Working Group is delighted to present a collation of best practices gathered to help you on the journey to protecting your company from cyber threats.

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EACT Newsletter - September 2018

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EACT Briefing Focus: SWIFT gpi

SWIFT gpi will significantly improve international payment processes and address many of the issues treasurers are facing today. Read this special EACT briefing to find out more.

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EACT Newsletter - July 2018

The newsletter features articles about the Treasury headcounts benchmarking survey, FX Global Code and more.

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The European Association of Corporate Treasurers (EACT) has today launched a register for corporates adhering to the FX Global Code. Since its drafting phases, the EACT has supported the FX Global Code, which is a set of global principles of good practice in the foreign exchange market published in May 2017.

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