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Today, as predicted here at CPW, a divided SEC voted to propose new rules that would require public companies to provide current reports of their material cybersecurity incidents and periodic disclosures about their cybersecurity policies and procedures.  Just a month after the SEC’s cybersecurity proposal for advisers and funds, the new proposed rules

The American Bar Association has published A Practical Guide to Cyber Insurance for Businesses, which is now available here.  As summarized on the ABA’s website:

While there are many books about cybersecurity, data privacy and related issues, there are very few, if any, books about cyber insurance. A Practical Guide to Cyber Insurance

Hot on the heels of the SEC’s proposal last month of new cybersecurity regulations for investment advisers and funds, yesterday the SEC gave notice that it will meet to consider proposing regulatory amendments “regarding cybersecurity risk management, strategy, governance, and incident disclosure.”  Although the exact scope of the proposed amendments under consideration by the SEC

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Federal Court Reaffirms State Privacy Law Not a Shield From Discovery In Federal Litigation Concerning Theft of Client Database

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Northern District of Illinois Dismisses BIPA Suit

Following recent comments by the Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on cybersecurity policy, this week a divided SEC proposed new rules related to cybersecurity for registered investment advisers (“advisers”), investment companies and business development companies (“funds”).  Citing the growing threat of malicious cyber actors, the SEC’s proposal emphasizes that cybersecurity incidents may

Last week, the Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Gary Gensler discussed the SEC’s cybersecurity policy work and publicized ongoing SEC regulatory efforts that could affect public companies, SEC registrants, and financial sector service providers.  During his keynote address at the 2022 Securities Regulation Institute, Chair Gensler stressed the importance of cybersecurity to