This article is part one of a three-part series discussing recent trends that warrant public companies to consider whether their insider trading policies should be updated. Part one provides practical guidance on mitigating risks associated with employees who may inadvertently share confidential information with others. Part two discusses practical suggestions to comply with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) guidance to public companies that insider trading policies should address cybersecurity risks. Part three provides a primer on potential legislative changes involving stock trading plans (aka Rule 10b5-1 Trading Plans) routinely relied on by corporate insiders to trade their company’s stock legally.

Employees Working Remotely Should Safeguard Confidential Information

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