Reporting on Cybersecurity Risk for Public Companies

Original Broadcast Date: April 25, 2013

The SEC’s Division of Corporate Finance has issued guidance on when and how cybersecurity risks and incidents should be reported in filings by public companies. Just recently, through the comment letter process, we’ve gotten a much clearer picture of what the SEC’s expectations are and what companies are actually reporting. Join a former SEC enforcement attorney and head of the Office of Market Intelligence, an in-house compliance counsel and an outside privacy and data security counsel to examine the SEC guidance, review the most recent filings and comment letters, consider compliance issues and discuss enforcement.
What you’ll take away:
• An understanding of the SEC Division of Corporate Finance guidance
• A review of recent filings and SEC comments to those filings
• An understanding of how the SEC may enforce the guidance
Christopher T. Pierson, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, EVP, Chief Security Officer and Compliance Officer, LSQ Holdings
James Shreve, CIPP/US, Attorney, BuckleySandler LLP
Thomas A. Sporkin, Partner, Government Enforcement and Litigation Attorney, BuckleySandler LLP
Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179