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Cyber Security Incident Reporting by Non - Banking Financial Companies- (Reserve Bank of India) (08 May 2019)



In terms of para 3.6 of Master Direction DNBS.PPD.No.04/66.15.001/2016-17 dated June 08, 2017 on IT Framework for Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs), all NBFCs are presently reporting cyber security related incidents to the Reserve Bank's Department of Non-Banking Supervision, Central Office, Mumbai in physical form as per the prescribed format. NBFCs registered with the Reserve Bank of India are advised to henceforth submit all cyber security related incidents by email to "cybersecuritynbfc@rbi.org.in" as a PDF file in the extant format. The submission of incident report to the Reserve Bank in physical form should be stopped with immediate effect.

Revised Master Direction is being issued separately.


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