SEC Takes Action Against Adviser After Cybersecurity Breach

Cybersecurity policies and procedures that protect sensitive client information are not voluntary. Failure to enact and implement proper measures can result in SEC charges - as it did for an investment adviser who last week was charged by the agency - of not properly safeguarding client information.
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