SEC Cyber Disclosure Requirements: CISO Summary Checklist

December 14, 2023 | By IANS Research

The SEC has adopted new regulations that require publicly traded companies to disclose “material” cybersecurity incidents within four days, as well as make periodic disclosures around their cybersecurity risk governance. The new rules take effect on December 18, 2023.­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ This piece summarizes the key SEC regulations and corresponding requirements outlined in the new rule to help CISOs and security teams gain compliance efficiently.

 

SEC Cyber Disclosure Requirements Summary for CISOs

 

Find IANS SEC Cyber Disclosure Resources

Find actionable guidance and takeaways for CISOs, leadership and the board to ensure compliance. Visit IANS SEC Cyber Disclosure Rules page to find helpful resources including videos, checklists and guidance.


IANS Insights Portal Resource Center

With the SEC Cyber Disclosure Rules finalized, IANS provides clients with updated guidance through our IANS Insights Portal Resource Center.  The Resource Center serves as a centralized hub for resources, FAQs, updates, discussion and guidance to help clients navigate this new regulatory landscape.

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