One lesson from the concerns about possible Iranian actions in the wake of the U.S. killing of General Qasem Suleimani is a cyberattack on domestic infrastructure. Investment advisers and funds, even if not the primary targets of such an attack, could be caught up in one, with potentially significant consequences for themselves and their clients. Firms, even those with cyber defenses in place, would be wise to take steps to mitigate damage from any such attack.
January 13, 2020
Sutherland law firm partner Brian Rubin shares the most urgent cybersecurity steps for investment advisers.
Stern Tannenbaum law firm partner Aegis Frumento on how to get the most from reading an SEC administrative order or court complaint.
Get solutions for the top marketing challenges that advisers face from ACA Compliance Group managing director Kimberly Daly
ACA Aponix Director Pascal Busnel on the most common cybersecurity myths that may cause firms to spend resources where they may not be needed.
Find out the difference an ethics, rather than a compliance, perspective makes at an advisory firm from former Ethics and Compliance Officer Association COO Timothy Mazur.
Find out from Blue Edge Capital CCO Margaret Fretz what chief compliance officers may be liable for and best practices to make sure you are protected.
Proskauer law firm partner and former SEC Division of Investment Management deputy director Robert Plaze on why the costs of non-compliance go way beyond an SEC penalty.