BITS Special Interest Groups facilitate focused discussions, information sharing, and research on various subjects of importance to our members. They are typically (but not always) “interest discussion only” forums and do not produce work product/deliverables. For more information about any BITS group or project, contact Denise Miller at Denise.Miller@FSRoundtable.org.
BITS established the Legislation group to assess the impact of proposed cybersecurity legislation, inform members of Congressional developments, determine industry consensus on key provisions, review BITS/Roundtable testimony and coordinate efforts with
other organizations. On May 12, the Administration released a cyberscurity legislative proposal, which the Roundtable supported in testimony before House and Senate committees. Numerous cybersecurity bills have been proposed since.
BITS/FSR bill summaries and position statements on current legislation.
Financial Services Roundtable Policy Statements.
A forum for information exchange on activities related to identity applications and initiatives (both cyber and physical). It is currently focusing on following the government’s National Strategy for Trusted Identity in Cyberspace (NSTIC) and the recently formed private sector-run Identity Ecosystem Steering Group working on developing policies, legal frameworks, business models, technology architecture standards and regulation.
For more information, contact Dan Schutzer, Dan.Schutzer@FSRoundtable.org.
Vendor Management Special Interest Group
The Vendor Management SIG meets monthly to discuss outsourcing issues and share successful strategies to assure the security and privacy of third-party services.
For more information, contact Jim Pitts, Jim.Pitts@FSRoundtable.org.
For more information about BITS Special Interest Groups, contact Denise Miller at Denise.Miller@FSRoundtable.org.