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FDIC Information Security and Privacy Strategic Plan: 2018-2021: Goal 1



STRATEGIC GOAL 1

Protect FDIC information assets, manage threats, and sustain business operations.


DESCRIPTION


As enablers for the FDIC Divisions and Offices to achieve their missions, information security and privacy must be balanced against business needs and ensure that the business continues to operate even under active cyber threats. Protections for information assets, which include information and technology owned by FDIC and entrusted to FDIC by outside entities, are implemented using a risk-based approach that considers the importance of the asset in achieving FDIC’s mission and aligns with enterprise architecture principles.

Strategic Objectives


1.1 Strengthen protections commensurate with the sensitivity and criticality of FDIC information assets.

1.2 Ensure OCISO capabilities effectively protect FDIC business functions using a risk-based approach.

1.3 Enable FDIC business functions to continue executing their missions in the case of an adverse cyber event. 

 

OUTCOME


Business operations are secured; information assets and infrastructure are protected; and risks are communicated, well-understood and managed.


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