The US options regulator said it will target cyber-threats with new initiatives
US options regulator the Securities
Exchange Commission (SEC) is set to ramp up its focus on
cyber-security controls at broker dealers this year after
naming it as a priority for 2016.
The SEC’s Office of
Compliance Inspections and Examinations’ on Monday
named cyber-security controls at broker dealers and investment
advisors as a key priority for this year.
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