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Cyber-baddies have gotten better at their ransomware and are targeting financial professionals, OCIE says in a new risk alert released July 10. Hackers are also ...
The coronavirus crisis has forced many firms to stitch together patchwork telecommuting arrangements even as the world economy faces its worst days since the 1930s. ...
The coronavirus crisis caught almost everyone off guard. But now, two months into lockdown, and no date certain on when we’ll get back to “normal,” ...
The e-mails are made to appear as if they come from senior FINRA staff
“They hacked our Wi-Fi in 8 seconds”
Four compliance officers share their views on coping with the crisis
This list comes courtesy of Joseph Lazzarotti, a principal with Jackson Lewis in Berkeley Heights, N.J.
SRO has reported seeing successful "social engineering" attacks
His computer screen turned red and a message flashed that his data were being held for ransom
Mario Hernandez, CFP®, director of operations at Gemmer Asset Management in Walnut Creek, Calif., shares his firm's cyber P&P related to employee security roles. ...
These steps will allow you to go to the questionable website without putting the potentially malicious site in your browser history
Continually assessing your firm's cyber resiliency methodology recommended
OCIE hopes "these observations" will spur you "to reflect on their own cybersecurity practices”
There's an increased risk of private litigation tied to data breaches
"Cyber threat actors are becoming more aggressive and sophisticated"
You're directed to report “if your cloud service providers have been affected by this attack"
Use this tool to reveal a vendor's approach to privacy and cybersecurity
Check out this due diligence questionnaire
If you’re part of a larger organization you could fall under the cyber reg
“There is likely no greater threat to financial stability than a large-scale cyber incident”

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