Navigating a More Active Regulatory Environment on the Security, Privacy and ESG Fronts
Thursday, May 20, 2021 | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT
According to a recent article by Bloomberg, the new chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Gary Gensler, is expected to take a harder line in pursuing misconduct at the SEC than watchdogs did during the Trump administration. While it is still uncertain exactly what his areas of focus will be, based on Mr. Gensler’s background and initial comments, it seems relatively certain that the investment community will see a more active regulatory environment in terms of examinations, enforcement and rulemaking.
In light of this, our panel of experts will provide tips on how to navigate increased examinations and enforcement. In particular, they will provide examples of how to handle likely changes on the cybersecurity, privacy, and Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) fronts. Some takeaways, given the likely heightened enforcement activity, are:
- Maintain a proper compliance program with documentation and disclosures.
- Step up vendor cybersecurity due diligence and maintain defenses against ransomware and phishing attacks.
- Develop a repeatable, efficient approach to compliance with privacy regulations as more states like CA and VA implement laws.
- Oversee ESG with regular ESG board reporting from your management teams.
Partner and Head of Strategic Growth Greyline Partners, LLC
Managing Director – Head of Privacy & Cybersecurity Armanino
Chief Technology Officer Xantrion, Inc.
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