Category: Securities and Exchange Commission

Trick or Treat: Does the SEC’s October Report Signal a New Shift in Cybersecurity Enforcement?

By Joshua Mooney and Andrew Lipton, White and Williams LLP   On October 16, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Division of Enforcement issued a report on Cyber-Related Frauds Against Public Companies and Related Internal Accounting Controls Requirements (the Report)[1] warning that a public company’s failure to implement adequate cybersecurity controls to address the
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SEC Updated Guidance on Cyber Disclosure by Publicly Traded Companies in a Digitally-Connected World

By Rick Borden, Alexandria Kane and Kate Woods, White and Williams LLP   “To win a race, the swiftness of a dart availeth not without a timely start.” ~ Jean de La Fontaine   The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Commission”) Wednesday announced updated cybersecurity guidance for public companies. This guidance reinforces the Division of Corporation
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