Regulators stayed busy in the first quarter of 2022, making it clear that hybrid work regulations are not slowing down and indicating a renewed focus on mobile communications. The SEC proposed new rules on cyber compliance with the aim of improving cybersecurity and protecting investors. While the goals for this proposed rule change are straightforward, the impact upon firms may be far-reaching.
Join us April 21st, 11am PT | 2pm ET for our latest quarterly regulatory webinar, Regulatory Quarterly Update: Why Cybersecurity and Hybrid Work Can’t Go Unsupervised. In this session, you’ll hear from experts in financial services and information governance as they discuss the new proposed regulations, how the SEC and FINRA have enforced their priorities, and what continuing enforcement means for regulated firms.
This discussion will explore:
• SIFMA Conference highlights addressing the supervision of hybrid work collaboration and mobile communications
• SEC’s new proposal for mandatory Cybersecurity assessments, policies, and incident reporting
• Breakdown of FINRA’s Regulatory Notice on the supervisory role and liability for Chief Compliance Officers (CCO)
• FINRA’s regulatory considerations for Cloud Computing
Learn more about how this will impact your firm and how Smarsh can help you stay ahead of compliance challenges.
Melissa MacGregor, Managing Director & Associate General Counsel, SIFMA
Robert Cruz, VP Information Governance, Smarsh
Tiffany Magri, Regulatory Advisor, Smarsh