On-demand webinar

Understanding the SEC Cybersecurity Disclosure
Guidance - What, Why, How

Industry experts provide insights from the recent SEC
cybersecurity roundtable.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is a growing force in the cybersecurity regulatory conversation. Specically, the SEC is focusing on its requirements for public companies to disclose when they experience a material cyber incident , including compromises of personally identiable information, trade secrets or operational disruption of the enterprise.

The SEC Cybersecurity Roundtable held in March brought together top experts on security to add clarity to what constitutes a reportable incident. Panelists Jake Olcott and Bob West bring you insights and practical advice on how to interpret the SEC regulations, as well as other legal developments including increased FTC and HIPAA enforcement.

In this lively panel discussion followed by Q/A, learn about:

  • The SEC’s cyber disclosure “guidance” and case studies on how it is actually a mandate.
  • How the denition of “material cyber incident” is solidifying as a result of the growing number and magnitude of incidents.
  • What your enterprise can do to protect itself and its shareholders, avoiding the need for an SEC disclosure, and more importantly, the potentially staggering costs associated with a breach.
Jacob Olcott

Jacob Olcott  is principal at Good Harbor Security Risk Management. He previously served as legal advisor on cybersecurity issues to members of the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee and House of Representatives Homeland Security Committees.

Bob West

Bob West is the Chief Trust Officer at CipherCloud. He previously held positions as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Fifth Third Bank and at Bank One, as well as manager with Ernst & Young’s Information Security Services practice and Senior Systems Officer with Citicorp.

Mark Campbell

Mark Campbell, Director of Product Marketing at CipherCloud, has over 15 years of hands-on experience in the security industry. He has held senior roles in System Engineering and Product Management in companies such as NetApp, McAfee, Google, PGP Corp., and SafeNet Inc.

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