Parsing the SEC’s Proposals on Cybersecurity

Presented by

Craig Unger, Hyperproof | Matt Kelly, Radical Compliance | John O'Keefe, Broadcom

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The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed that public companies make extensive new disclosures about their cybersecurity risks. Regardless of whether or when the SEC might adopt a final rule, the agency is asking important questions about cyber risk management that any organization should ponder. Join us in this webinar to discuss the issues that the SEC wants companies to confront. We’ll explore questions such as: - What the SEC is proposing, and which companies would be covered; - How corporate boards and the C-suite should approach cybersecurity at the strategic level; - How CISOs and compliance officers can better identify ‘material cyber events’ that should be reported to stakeholders.
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