The Digital Operational Resilience Act, or DORA, is a new European regulation that aims to improve the security and resilience of the digital capabilities of financial entities and ICT service providers in the EU. It came into force on 16 January 2023 and those organisations affected by it have until January 2025 to meet its requirements.
DORA applies to more than 22,000 financial entities and ICT service providers operating within the EU, as well as the ICT infrastructure supporting them from outside the EU.
DORA covers topics such as information and communications technology (ICT) risk management, reporting on ICT-related incidents, digital operational resilience testing, management of third party risk, and information and intelligence sharing.
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