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DORA

Difference Between ICT Response and Recovery Plans and Restoration and Recovery Procedures

What is a difference between ICT response and recovery plans and restoration and recovery procedures and methods?

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DORA

Impact of DORA on Financial Services Technology Integration in EU.

I'm a software engineer in a financial services company and we're integrating new technologies. I've been told that DORA might affect our work. How does DORA fit with other EU laws that we already comply with, like MiFID II or PSD2?

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DORA

Compliance with DORA's Incident Reporting Requirements for Bank Cyber Attack

After our bank was affected by a significant cyber attack that disrupted our core services, I'm in charge of managing the situation. As the chief risk officer, what specific steps do I need to take to comply with DORA's incident ...

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DORA

DORA and Compliance for Multi-Country Blockchain Payment System

I'm a developer working on a blockchain-based payment system that will be used in multiple EU countries. Given the regulatory landscape, how does DORA affect our project, and what specific compliance measures should we be planning for?

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DORA

Fintech Startup's Compliance with DORA's ICT Risk Management Requirements

A fintech startup uses multiple cloud service providers for data storage and processing. How should it approach compliance with DORA's ICT risk management requirements?

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DORA

DORA Requirements for Financial Entities

Can you list the main requirements DORA imposes on financial entities?

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DORA

Exclusions of Microenterprises Under DORA: Detailed List with Relevant Provisions

Please provide exhaustive list of exclusions envisaged for microenterprises by DORA. In each case please refer to specific provision of DORA which provides a given exclusion.

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