The New SEC Guidance On Cybersecurity

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The New SEC Guidance On Cybersecurity- Today is the first in a LawCast series talking about the new SEC guidance on cybersecurity. On February 20, 2018, the SEC issued new interpretative guidance on public company disclosures related to cybersecurity risks and incidents. In addition to addressing public company disclosures, the new guidance reminds companies of the importance of maintaining disclosure controls and procedures to address cyber-risks and incidents and reminds insiders that trading while having non-public information related to cyber-matters could violate federal insider-trading laws. The new guidance is not dramatically different from the 2011 guidance…

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