“Getting Practical with Cyber” Series, Part III: Updating Your Cyber Policies to Align with Recent SEC Exams

Cyber regulations are changing with the speed of light, with the SEC, FINRA, CFTC, and NFA all issuing risk alerts and other guidance in the last two years. This comes on the heels of state regulations getting more and more stringent with respect to data protections. With regulators now issuing detailed cybersecurity deficiencies during regulatory examinations, the opportunity is ripe to dust off your cyber policies and update them to stay ahead of the issues tripping up other firms during exams.  Hear our expert panel discuss the latest cyber deficiencies showing up, and actionable tips on how you can shore up your program to stay ahead.

Speakers

  • Andras Teleki – Chief Legal Officer & Head of Compliance, M3Sixty
  • E.J. Yerzak – Director of Cyber IT Services, CSS

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