5 Things FinServ Firms Should Know About the NY Cyber Law

January 16, 2018

Thanks to the New York State Department of Financial Services (NY DFS) cyber security requirements, financial services firms everywhere—not just those based in New York—may need to rethink how they approach cyber security risk, at both a strategic and operational level.
 
This article presents five big takeaways for firms needing to be in compliance with the New York law, along with best practices and technology for responding to the ever-evolving and challenging regulatory landscape through a strategic, business-aligned approach.

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