EU’s new cybersecurity- and crypto regulation - DORA and MiCA

The event is addressed to all EU financial entities falling under the scope of two EEA-relevant regulations of markets in crypto-assets (MiCA) and digital operational resilience (DORA).

MiCA is intended to replace national regulatory frameworks with regard to crypto assets and introduce specific rules concerning stablecoins. MiCA regulates the offer and marketing of crypto-assets, issues concerning asset-referenced tokens and e-money tokens and the authorization and operating conditions for crypto-service providers. It is expected to come into force within the EU before the end of 2024. DORA introduces rules on digital operational resilience to mitigate cyber risk for financial entities across the EU Member States. All financial entities will have to apply a framework on digital operational resilience to ensure response and recovery from all types of ICT-related disruptions in a timely and appropriate manner. The regulation shall also ensure that third party providers do not pose undue operational risks. EU financial entities must comply with DORA within the first quarter of 2025. Max and Even will give an overview of the new regulations and what it will mean for all issuers of crypto-assets, providers of services related to crypto-assets, investors and other financial entities.


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