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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Feb 24, 2021

Multiple User sessions to FTM MER, AO and RMA facilities

Multiple User sessions to FTM MER, AO, and RMA facilities

As of now, all users are allowed to log in to multiple sessions at multiple workstations at once. This should not be allowed, instead, the previous session should be kicked out whenever the user is logging in at another workstation.

Requirement to configure FTM MER, AO, and RMA facilities to block Multiple User sessions?

Reference CASE#: TS005036052

  • Guest
    Mar 9, 2021

    The Central Bank of Malaysia (BNM) RMiT guideline is published in their website

    Refer to clause 10.55 (g)

  • Guest
    Mar 3, 2021

    PBB has confirmed that this is Malaysia Central Bank guideline for all Software. Without this security control PBB will be marked Non-compliance, PBB will not able to use this SW. The impact is serious.

  • Guest
    Mar 2, 2021

    Hi Paul, as per Vijay explained :

    Malaysia Banking Policy - System should not allow multiple concurrent sessions , instead the previous session should be terminated whenever the user is logging in at another workstation.

    Manually maintaining a single working session (by the user) is not an option as recommended in FTM for SWIFT knowledge center.

  • Admin
    Mar 1, 2021

    We need more information on why this is required.