Cybersecurity and Serving Clients: 2017 Broker-Dealers of the Year
At the 2017 Broker-Dealers of the Year roundtable in Chicago, the discussion turned to cybersecurity and what firms can do to protect themselves when their biggest risk is something they can’t control: clients.
Overly Complex Passwords Are Unnecessary, New Guidelines Say
Complicated passwords aren’t definitively more effective, even when users can remember them, NIST says.
Defending Your Digital Data: Part 2
When SEC examiners evaluate a business’ cybersecurity preparedness, they may focus on how well you’ve trained employees to be responsible.
Defending Your Digital Data: Part 1
Cybersecurity is becoming less esoteric for advisors – something that’s avoided or relegated to IT personnel to handle. Increasingly, it has become front-page news.
Centennial State Sets Cybersecurity Example
Justin Kapahi, VP at External IT, is excited about new cybersecurity regulations for financial firms that were recently passed in Colorado.
Where Are Advisors Spending Their Tech Dollars?
Cybersecurity has become a part of businesses’ daily vernacular, and it’s no different with investment firms.
Fintech, Cybersecurity Among Key Risks to Banks: OCC
Technology intensifies the strategic and operational risks to banks, according to a report.
Targeting US, Mobile Ransomware Follows the Money: Kaspersky
Mobile ransomware attacks focus on wealthy countries. An annual report from Kaspersky Lab shows the United States leading the ransomware list.
Cybersecurity Requires a Collaborative Approach
News headlines remind us that cyberattacks are among our greatest global threats. That's why cybersecurity requires collaboration between industry and regulators.
A 7-Point Checklist for Advisors to Protect Against Cyberattacks
Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff offers his recommendations on how financial firms can prevent or limit the impact of an attack.