Cybersecurity Disclosures: What’s Coming in 2023

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John Wheeler, Senior Advisor, Risk & Technology, AuditBoard

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Cyber breaches and resulting costs reached all-time highs in 2022, with an over 42% global increase in attacks. Organizations want to better prepare for and defend against cyber attacks, but they’re not getting the information they need to do it. Despite the lack of a federal mandate for open disclosure of data breaches and other cyber attacks, the U.S. government is working on solutions. The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Cyber Safety Review Board (CSRB), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and Senate are each working to establish guidance and disclosure protocols for preventing and responding to cybersecurity incidents. The Senate’s proposed Securing Open-Source Software Act of 2022 (SOSSA) is a step in the right direction, but the legislation doesn’t go far enough. During this session, John Wheeler will offer context, break down the legislation and its limitations, and share insights on what’s coming in 2023. CPE: This is a webinar recording. Credits are not offered for on-demand viewing.
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