The New York Department of Financial Services has released guidance to banks outlining a new emphasis on cybersecurity in its information technology examinations.  In a letter to all New York chartered or licensed banks, Superintendent Benjamin Lawsky says that these examinations will focus on corporate governance, management of cybersecurity issues, resources, risks, protective measures such as multi-factor authentication, third-party service provider management, security testing, incident detection and response processes, training, business continuity and disaster recovery policies, and cyber insurance coverage.