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2017 Cybersecurity Recap & 2018 Predictions

2017 Cybersecurity Recap & 2018 Predictions

As we begin to wrap up 2017 and reflect back on the year, we looked at what the industry has accomplished and in some cases where we have fallen short. In the early part of this year many industry thought leaders were stating that 2017 would again be the year of ransomware. They were all very correct in their statements, but this year has shown us much more, it has shown us the increasing need for cybersecurity insurance, data access…

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The 180 Days Are Over: NYS DFS Cybersecurity Regulation – 23 NYCRR 500

The 180 Days Are Over: NYS DFS Cybersecurity Regulation – 23 NYCRR 500

The New York State Department of Financial Services (NYS DFS), announced 23 New York Code Rules and Regulations 500 (23 NYCRR 500), a cybersecurity regulation for all financial institutions doing business in New York. Today marks the end of the first major deadline for this regulation, 180 days after going into effect on March 1, 2017. By now, financial institutions doing business in New York should have a cybersecurity program, cybersecurity policies, a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), access privileges,…

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Market Trends: NYCRR 500

Market Trends: NYCRR 500

The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) new cybersecurity standard, New York Code Rules and Regulations 500 (NYCRR 500), extends past New York state limits to “subsidiaries or affiliates”. This regulation mandates each institution have a cyber security program, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), access controls, asset management, data governance, software development practices, annual certification of their compliance, and more. As far as regulatory compliance standards, NYCRR 500 is one of the most well written regulations. Many other…

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Understanding the Impact of NYCRR 500

Understanding the Impact of NYCRR 500

In our third edition of the Insider Threat podcast, we turn from the bad guys attacking you to auditors attacking you. That’s a joke, but I know it does reflect the way it can feel sometimes. Many folks will ignore NYCRR 500 because they see “NYC” and think that means it isn’t about them, or they know it is being put out there by the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) and think that means it will not…

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