SEC Is Focusing On Cybersecurity — And So Should You

Law360, New York (March 25, 2014, 1:29 PM EDT) -- Add the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to the growing list of federal authorities stepping up their regulation of cybersecurity. There has been considerable discussion on Capitol Hill recently about whether, or to what extent, government agencies should regulate the data security practices of business entities. Indeed, the first three months of 2014 have seen an increasing attentiveness to cybersecurity, with congressional hearings, proposed legislation, and front-page media stories bringing the debate about who should be responsible for keeping our data safe to the forefront of the nation's psyche.

While the wrangling continues about whether, or to what extent, additional government...

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