RESULTS FOR: Cybersecurity
On July 26, 2023, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) implemented new cybersecurity rules to require disclosure of material cybersecurity incidents within four business days, with limited exceptions. Additionally, public companies will be required to provide annual disclosures regarding cybersecurity governance and risk management in order to be more transparent about their cybersecurity posture. These rules become effective in December 2023 and will influence both compliance costs and the potential for enforcement actions.
Companies and entities subject to these rules … Read More
Roundtable Discussion: Off-Channel Communications and Mobile Surveillance Policies
Surveillance, monitoring, escalation, and reporting are critical components to regulatory compliance and risk management. So is consequence management. These are especially important given the major penalties and remedial steps required of banks and swap dealers, and in view of recent US Department of Justice (DOJ) expectations over “Off-Channel Communications”.
These regulatory and ethical expectations aren’t easy to execute, especially when employees have access to so many modes of video, audio, and social … Read More
December 12, 2022 | Security Consulting
A recent Forbes article details the significant growth of family offices worldwide, particularly in North America. While not as large as titans like Walton Enterprises LLC or Bezos Expeditions, these new single and multi-family offices are finding value in consolidating tasks for high net-worth individuals. The Financial Times explains, “families that create their own office often do so, initially, to invest their assets outside their ownership of the family business. There are other important needs that a family office can … Read More
May 18, 2022 | Cyber Security
Whether or not Elon Musk’s recent acquisition of Twitter is a good thing or bad thing for the future of social media (Twitter accepts buyout, giving Elon Musk total control of the company – The Verge), one aspect of social media is unlikely to change: the abuse of social media platforms, by seemingly anonymous users, to harass, threaten, disparage, humiliate, scam, or falsely accuse individuals or companies of a panoply of hot button social issues. Often times, … Read More