Navigating the Financial Regulations of Cybersecurity
Russians hacking the elections, activist hacking for political reasons, competitors hacking each other, fraudsters hacking for profit, hackers for hire. Know why you are a target; learn how to incorporate policies and procedures and to test for the effectiveness of those policies and procedures. Learn what you may be liable for even if you have a cyber plan.
The regulators are constantly issuing alerts, and enforcements in the area of cyber-security in the financial industry. They do this as a way to help protect the investor and maintain capital formation. Advisors, Custodians, and Third Parties all work together to offer services to the Investor and each has a responsibility to keep the clients personal identifiable information safe as well as to defend and remediate in the case of an incident. This session will review the cyber security landscape in the financial services industry.
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Why Should you Attend
Computer Intrusions are the cyber actor's portal to invade and burglarize homes and business across the nation and the threat will only continue to grow. The Financial Industry is faced with increasingly complex threats almost daily. These threats challenge traditional models of law enforcement, IT Management and Regulations. Education, awareness and communication will help defend against the criminal element and protect our clients and our firms. The ongoing impact to financial firms is of critical importance to all. We hope this session will help educate you on your role in the defense process as well as review the regulatory landscape surrounding this topic.
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