Getting your house in order: Priorities for operational resiliency
Firms are under pressure to meet the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) expectations for operational resilience as well as their own internal and client expectations for cybersecurity and privacy. The SEC Division of Examinations' Risk Alert on November 19, 2020 demonstrated that regulators do not believe firms are doing enough for cyber and compliance. Weaknesses and deficiencies relating to the Compliance Rule (Rule 206(4)-7 under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940) were found across maintenance of written policies, due diligence processes, third-party oversight, cybersecurity, client safeguards for privacy, and more.
Join us for a live webcast on March 17 to learn what you need to do to establish a robust cybersecurity program to protect your firm and meet regulators' expectations.
- Business continuity testing and activation
- Critical service providers
- Cyber readiness and incident response
- Mike Pappacena, Partner
- Liam Jaris, Senior Client Development Associate