At the beginning of this year, the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union successfully enacted the long-awaited Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA). This crucial piece of legislation aims to harmonise and strengthen ICT risk management and digital operational resilience requirements for the financial sector. 

The DORA EU regulation [(EU) 2022/2554] is set to come into effect on 17 January 2025 and will apply to a wide range of financial entities in Greece, including their ICT third-party service providers.

How Grant Thornton can help

In light of these developments, the Grant Thornton Advisory Information Security team stands fully prepared to assist you in your journey towards compliance. We understand the significance of this new regulation and are equipped with the expertise to support your organisationin meeting its requirements. With our guidance, you can navigate the complexities of DORA and ensure that your operations are in full adherence to the regulatory framework.

Allow us to be your trusted partner in achieving digital operational resilience and addressing ICT risks effectively. Contact us today to learn more about our comprehensive compliance support services tailored to meet the specific needs of your financial entity in Greece. Together, we can build a secure and resilient digital landscape for your organisation's future success.

Your key benefits

Our expertise lies in our vast experience with EU regulations, EBA guidelines, and national circulars, as well as our specialised knowledge of CSSF regulated entities. We take an innovative and holistic approach, leveraging our proprietary DORA maturity assessment tool to create tailored compliance solutions for your organisation.

Discover more about the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) and how Grant Thornton can help you navigate the complexities of DORA and ensure that your operations are in full adherence to the regulatory framework.