This checklist can be used by financial entities to document compliance with Section I of Chapter V (Managing of ICT Third-Party Risk) of the Digital Operational Resilience Act (EU Regulation 2022/2554) (“DORA”).
It is to be used when a financial entity has entered, or intends to enter, into a contract with a third-party service provider for the provision of information or communication technology (“ICT”) services, whether or not supporting critical or important functions.
The checklist comprises the following sections:
- General Principles (Article 28 of DORA);
- Preliminary Assessment of ICT Concentration Risk at Entity Level (Article 29 of DORA); and
- Key Contractual Provisions (Article 30 of DORA).
A preview of this checklist is available here: ICT Third-Party Service Provider Contract Checklist (DORA) Preview.
This checklist will help you to navigate the complexity of the provisions contained in Section I of Chapter V (Managing of ICT Third-Party Risk) of DORA and document your firm’s compliance with those provisions in an easy-to-use fully customisable format.
It was prepared by lawyers and is used by law firms for their clients.
Using this checklist will save you time and effort compared to preparing your ICT Third-Party Service Provider Contract Checklist from scratch.
Having an ICT Third-Party Service Provider Contract Checklist in place is a must for any financial entity subject to DORA.
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