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NY DFS Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Institutions – What does it Mean for you?

New York State Department of Financial Services(DFS) has enacted rigorous, first‑in‑the‑nation cybersecurity regulations for financial institutions and others that do business in the state. It is clear that regulators are raising the bar for the security of confidential and sensitive data.

August 30 2017 is the first milestone date for this regulation. What is your state of compliance?

Join us for a lively discussion with a panel of experts around the following topics:

Understanding the legal drivers for the DFS regulation In addition to the directly covered entities of DFS, FINRA & SEC covered entities should be closely following the DFS.
What this new regulation means to you
Why a thorough risk assessment is necessary
Best practices and tools for fully complying with this new regulation
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Webcast Details

Date:
June 15, 2017

Time:
9AM PT / 12PM ET

Speakers:

Pamela Gupta
President, Outsecure

Kenneth N. Rashbaum
Esq., Partner and Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Group Leader, Barton LLP, New York

Brent Hansen
Sr. Director,
Thales e‑Security

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About Speakers:

Pamela Gupta

A Security thought leader, with a powerful resume in Security Program definition and Strategy at major global Fortune 500 companies. She is Founder & Chair of the Northeast Annual Cybersecurity Summit. and presents at various Business Executive roundtables, Boards and Security Summits.

Kenneth N. Rashbaum

Kenneth advises multinational corporations, financial services organizations technology companies and healthcare organizations in the areas of cyber‑security, privacy and e-discovery. He negotiates agreements for e‑commerce organizations, drafts information management policies and provides cybersecurity and privacy training. Ken also provides breach response counsel, defense of governmental proceedings and litigation following data breaches, and cyber insurance advice.

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