Are you ready for the new SEC cyber rules?
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is set to pass its long-awaited Cybersecurity Risk Management rules (rules 38a-2 and 206(4)-9). The rules require registered investment advisers and investment companies to implement new cybersecurity, disclosure, and reporting practices to protect investors. Here’s what you need to know to prepare your firm.
What the new SEC rules mean for your firm.
The SEC’s proposed Cybersecurity Risk Management rules are forcing funds and advisors to re-evaluate their cybersecurity strategies and bolster their cyber posture. Watch four industry experts discuss the necessary steps organizations can take to meet regulator and investor expectations.
Why cybersecurity isn’t a compliance issue; it’s a risk issue.
As threats become more sophisticated and prolific, organizations must build a holistic, mature cyber governance function with measurable tasks that bridge the gap between security and compliance.
Is the shifting cyber landscape putting your insurance coverage at risk?
New regulatory requirements combined with the uptick in emerging risk is causing dramatic increases in cyber insurance costs. Watch Agio’s CEO and Founder discuss the steps organizations can take to manage risk and protect against spiking insurance premiums.
Find out what your peers said in the 2022 Hedge Fund Cybersecurity Trends Report.
Measure your own firm’s cyber programs and readiness as you prepare to address growing scrutiny of your cyber posture from regulators and investors alike.