WASHINGTON — Federal regulators on Tuesday released updated guidance on how banks should guard against cyber-security threats.

The 12-page document, released by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, establishes certain minimum expectations for how banks will protect customer information online. It notes that the nature and scope of threats has changed since 2005, when the agencies last released guidance on the subject, and provides examples of how banks should respond to these evolving challenges.

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