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framework

 [frām´werk]
the basic structure about which something is formulated or built.
conceptual framework (theoretical framework) an organization or matrix of concepts that provides a focus for inquiry.

frame·work

(frām'wŏrk),
1.
2. In dentistry, the skeletal prosthesis (usually metal) around which and to which are attached the remaining portions of the prosthesis to produce the finished appliance (partial denture).

frame·work

(frām'wŏrk)
A structure that supports or encloses something.

frame·work

(frām'wŏrk)
In dentistry, skeletal prosthesis (usually metal) around which and to which are attached the remaining portions of the prosthesis to produce a partial denture.
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The release of the Bank Resolution Framework is in line with the developments in the international regulatory arena, whereby, a number of other jurisdictions have established resolution frameworks to operationalise the key international standards proposed by the Financial Stability Board.
The Framework is available at wwwimanet.org/framework, and an article in the upcoming March 2019 Strategic Finance will go into greater detail about the updates.
The framework is not 'one-size-fits-all' and implementation of the same shall be risk-based and commensurate with size, nature and types of products and services and complexity of IT operations of the individual FIs.
The framework, it was pointed out, is based on principles of international standards and best practices for technology governance and risk management including cyber security.
* While 84% of survey respondents reported their organization leveraged at least one security framework, 16% still do not leverage any security framework.
Some enterprise technology decision-makers also believe that adhering to a well-laid out framework may make sense but ultimately one has to customize it according to his enterprise's business requirements.
NIST has stressed that the framework is not a one-size-fits-all approach to managing cybersecurity risk.
It was further decided that the proposed law and the proposed policy framework should be harmonized.
Banking software provider Temenos (SIX:TEMN) announced on Wednesday the evolution of its T24 Enterprise vision, known as Temenos Enterprise Frameworks Architecture (TEFA), which lays the foundation for the future development of modular banking components.
The framework offers one application programming interface (API) that enables users to automate the user interface (UI) of web applications as part of regression testing.
Kevin Robertson, partner and project manager for the engagement at Dickinson Dees said: "The solution of creating a framework for pre-qualified contractors to sit on will maintain the focus on streamlined and accelerated delivery of new academy schools.
The .NET Micro Framework has its roots at Microsoft Research where computer scientists aimed to simplify the development of small, low-power designs.

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