Financial sanctions, Cyber-Attacks

Financial sanctions are in place for persons, entities or bodies involved with cyber-attacks threatening the European Union or its Member States. This page contains the current list of designated targets.


HM Treasury notice: Cyber-Attacks

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The Cyber-Attacks regime implements sanctions imposed by the EU. You can view Council Regulation (EU) 2019/796 on restrictive measures in place here.


The EU has agreed to adopt new restrictive measures to deter and respond to cyber-attacks threatening the Union or its Member States.

EU Regulations

You can view Council Regulation (EU) 2019/796 on restrictive measures for Cyber-Attacks here. You can find the most recent amendments to the Regulation by searching on EUR-Lex:

  1. enter the Regulation number into the search bar
  2. open the relevant page and
  3. click ‘document information’

UK regulations

The Cyber-Attacks (Asset-Freezing) Regulations 2019

Published 28 June 2019