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Is Your Business Prepared for the New Era of Cybersecurity Regulation? Part II

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Last September, New York regulators threw the gauntlet down to financial services companies, requiring them to step up their cybersecurity efforts by January 2017. Companies needed to establish comprehensive data breach plans, create multi-stepped authentication processes, appoint a chief information security officer and mitigate third party vendor risk—compliance with which needed to be certified by senior leadership. Now, the regulation will come into effect March 1, 2017, giving banks and insurers an extra two months to become compliant with these new cybersecurity regulations. While the deadline has been extended, the need to become compliant has not lessened.

Join cybersecurity and legal professionals from Pillsbury, FireEye and Thomson Reuters for an updated discussion on the ground-breaking new rule, and how financial services companies need to accelerate their efforts to comply.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Updated discussion of the New York rule and implementation of policies and procedures, including any changes from the original regulations set forth in September 2016
  • Examination of who’s covered by the new rule and who may be exempted
  • Legal and business implications for financial services companies
  • What companies need to do now to address the immediate and longer-term implications

Date & Time
Noon - 1:00 pm ET


Event Contact
Mike Ling


Brian E. Finch

Dave Curran, Global Director, Risk and Compliance, Thomson Reuters
Holly Ridgeway, Director of Information Security Programs, FireEye; Former CISO at a Financial Institution and at the Department of Justice


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