The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) recently settled its first cybersecurity-related enforcement action against a Missouri based registered investment adviser, R.T. Jones Capital Equities Management, Inc. (the “Investment Advisor”).
As if there aren’t all ready far too many acronyms in our business with which to deal, a recent third circuit court case on website privacy policies and cyber security tells us we may yet have another.
Do data breaches cause lasting reputational damage for organizations?
Checklist to Comply with the Duties and Obligations of the Network Penetration Reporting Regulations
Today’s post provides a handy compliance checklist relating to the new DoD cyber security regulations.
On Sept. 15, 2015, the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) published its second cybersecurity risk alert (the “2015 Risk Alert”).
In a recent blog post, I noted that the SEC is undertaking another cybersecurity exam priority.
The draft Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill has been published for public comment in South Africa.
The DoD decided to implement the new cyber security regulations, and make them effective immediately upon issuance on August 26, 2015, following the aftermath of the Office of Personnel Management’s data breaches that impacted personally identifiable information for over 21.5 million government employees and contractors.
On September 15, 2015, the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a Risk Alert announcing its second round of examinations of registered investment advisers and broker-dealers under its cybersecurity examination initiative.
The Federal Trade Commission is proactively encouraging start-ups to take cybersecurity seriously and include consumer data safeguards early in the innovation process.