What Role Should the SEC Play in Regulating Cybersecurity?

On March 26th, 2014, the SEC held a roundtable discussion on issues and challenges with cybersecurity. After recognizing that cybersecurity weaknesses could pose a significant threat to the U.S. economy, the discussion focused on the proper role of SEC regulation in addressing cybersecurity and data protection, both with regard to public companies and financial institutions. Although the conversation continues, the need for guidance concerning information sharing from industry to government and among businesses is clear.

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