Banks – BAIT

QSEC – supports the implementation of banking supervisory requirements for IT (BAIT)


The banking supervisory requirements for IT, or BAIT for short, were defined by the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin). Along with the minimum requirements for the risk management of banks (MaRisk), these are clear guidelines for financial institutions regarding the IT security and information security requirements to be implemented by them.

Among other things, the BAIT rules and regulations also define how communication is to take place between the bank’s management board and the information security officer to be appointed in accordance with BAIT.

For banks that belong to the KRITIS regulation, BaFin has added a KRITIS module to BAIT.

The implementation of an information security management system in a bank, supplemented by the requirements of BAIT and MaRisk, is a complex challenge for the information security officer.


The GRC software QSEC® supports the information security manager extensively in all tasks related to the introduction and implementation of the requirements according to

  • ISO 27001
  • Data protection
  • BAIT and
  • MaRisk

In addition, QSEC enables working in accordance accordance with the requirements of many other standards, such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001.

We would be pleased to show you how QSEC supports sustainable, resource and cost optimized information and IT security management according to best practices.


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