Threat Vector 3.7.24
Ep 17 | 3.7.24

The SEC's Cybersecurity Law, a New Compliance Era with Jacqueline Wudyka.

Show Notes

In this episode of Threat Vector, we dive deep into the new SEC cybersecurity regulations that reshape how public companies handle cyber risks. Legal expert and Unit 42 Consultant Jacqueline Wudyka brings a unique perspective on the challenges of defining 'materiality,' the enforcement hurdles, and the impact on the cybersecurity landscape. 

Whether you're a cybersecurity professional, legal expert, or just keen on understanding the latest in cyber law, this episode is packed with insights and strategies for navigating this new terrain. Tune in to stay ahead in the world of cybersecurity compliance!

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As the cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve, so do regulations governing how to protect your organization and how to report cybersecurity incidents. The latest example comes from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which recently finalized rules for publicly traded companies on cyber incident disclosure and cyber risk management plans. The SEC Rules are just the latest of several regulatory efforts that address escalating cyber threats that CISO’s and their organizations face due to criminals’ ability to monetize on cybersecurity incidents like ransomware techniques.

Hear from Unit 42 Experts:

  • Steve Dyson, Principal Consultant Palo Alto Networks
  • Sam Kaplan, Assistant General Counsel, Public Policy & Government Affairs Palo Alto Networks Unit 42
  • David Faraone, Senior Consulting Director Palo Alto Networks Unit 42
  • Jacqueline Wudyka, Associate Consultant Palo Alto Networks Unit 42

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