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Whitepaper: 7 Cybersecurity Best Practices to Prevent Data Breaches and Federal Fines

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Asset managers face greater danger than ever from cybercriminals. Meanwhile, government bodies like the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) have introduced new cybersecurity regulations and signaled more stringent enforcement.

If you’ve seen the news about steep fines for cybersecurity breaches, you know penalties can be severe — not to mention the damage to your brand and reputation. To prevent such disasters, firms must ensure their data and confidential information are secure. Unfortunately, what worked ten (or even three) years ago won’t necessarily work today.

Download ‘7 Cybersecurity Best Practices for SEC and FTC Compliance’ for details on how to protect your firm with:

  • Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Phishing Training and Testing
  • Endpoint Security
  • Infrastructure Security Monitoring
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Security for Office 365
  • Incident Response

Learn how asset managers can protect themselves against cybercrime

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