WASHINGTON -- Federal banking regulators issued a broad proposal Wednesday designed to counteract cybersecurity threats that could hit at the financial industry's critical junctures.

The proposed standards, which would apply to financial institutions with more than $50 billion of assets, would establish an ambitious and detailed framework governing cybersecurity governance and management, the handling of internal and external vulnerabilities and catastrophe planning.

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