Definitions Edit

Financial market Edit

Ecosystem is

[a] system or group of interconnected elements, formed linkages and dependencies. For an FMI, this may include participants, linked FMIs, service providers, vendors and vendor products.[1]

General Edit


is often used to describe the interrelationship of various Internet participants — the hardware manufacturers, software developers, ISPs, and providers of various Internet content, applications, and services that make the Internet work and be useful for end-users.[2]

Overview Edit

The so-called "underground economy" is also often described as an "ecosystem," with multiple participants filling diverse specialized roles. For example, some participants may specialize in writing malware, while others may "harvest" email addresses from web pages and mailing lists, while still others may specialize in distributing malware to those harvested email addresses. The malware ecosystem will also normally include the population of targeted potential victims, and law enforcement agencies working to combat cybercrime.[3]

References Edit

  1. Guidance on Cyber Resilience for Financial Market Infrastructures, App. A, at 24.
  2. U.S. Anti-Bot Code of Conduct (ABCs) for Internet Service Providers (ISPs), at 22.
  3. Id.

See also Edit

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