Decoding the New SEC Cybersecurity Rules

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John A. Wheeler, Senior Advisor, Risk & Technology, AuditBoard

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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently adopted new rules to enhance and standardize public companies’ cybersecurity incident reporting and risk management disclosures. These rules, effective in December of this year, represent a significant shift in the regulatory landscape. Public companies are required to disclose material cybersecurity incidents, their policies and procedures related to risk management, and information security governance, as well as the roles, responsibilities, and qualifications of the board when it comes to cybersecurity matters. Companies must act now to ensure they are prepared. See how forward-thinking audit, risk, and compliance teams are preparing for these new requirements. CPE: This is a webinar recording. Credits are not offered for on-demand viewing.
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