Thursday, October 6 2022

How will SEC’s Cybersecurity rules affect funds?

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently proposed new cybersecurity regulations for investment funds and third-party service providers. The […]

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Regulatory Spotlight: Avoiding the jab-hook combo

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When regulators squabble, who loses? Everyone. Regulatory disharmony is real, folks—and so far, we don’t see signs of the trend […]

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Crypto Harmonization—or Regulatory Turf Wars?

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By Stanley I. Foodman Don’t expect aligned, coherent rules anytime soon Multiple enforcement agencies within the US government agree that […]

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What’s Driving the Push for Digital Central Bank Currencies?

Khushi Arora 0

As governments explore methods for improving payment systems, especially for cross-border transactions, support for blockchain-based national digital currencies continues to […]

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NYDFS Ransomware Guidance: “We Must All Do Our Part”

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The New York Department of Financial Services has issued new guidance regarding ransomware attack mitigation. The state regulator identified seven […]

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The Week in Cybersecurity

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Weekly round-up of cybersecurity news, updates, and. highlights that matter to senior financial executives and decision-makers. New Powers for CISA […]

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On Regulatory Disincentives

Jeremy Seth Davis 0

First American Financial Corp. agreed to a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for failures in disclosure controls and […]

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As Ransomware Soars, Insurers Mull Changes

Ellie Buscemi 0

As ransomware attacks soar, payment requests have begun to attract increased legal and regulatory scrutiny. In this complex environment, industry […]

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US and EU Launch Trade and Technology Council

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During the EU-US Summit in Brussels, the United States and European Union set a joint transatlantic agenda, agreeing to a […]

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Supreme Court Limits Scope of Federal Anti-Hacking Law

Ellie Buscemi 0

The Supreme Court released a 6-3 ruling that limits the scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) by […]

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Cyber Deals: Spin Technology, CyberArk, Mesh Security

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Cybersecurity Venture Funding and Mergers: This week’s deals involved cloud security services, data privacy, and industrial cybersecurity companies. Funding Cloud cybersecurity firm Mesh Security has secured $4.5 million in venture funding. The round was led by Booster Ventures with participation from other investors. Spin Technology, a firm providing SaaS security solutions, raised $16 million in […]

Cyber Deals: Cybrary, Ping Identity, Axio Global

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Cybersecurity Venture Funding and Mergers: Key investments were made in cybersecurity training, secure enterprise browser, and risk management companies. M&A activity this week involved identity security, zero trust, and threat intelligence firms. Funding Cybrary, a cybersecurity training platform, raised $25 million in a Series C funding round. The round was led by BuildGroup and Gula […]

Cybrary Secures $25 Million in Series C Funding Round

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Cybrary, a Maryland-based cybersecurity training platform provider, raised $25 million in a Series C funding round. The round was led by BuildGroup and Gula Tech Adventures, two of its current investors. Following its $15 million Series B round announced in November 2019, this latest investment brings Cybrary’s total funding to date to $48 million. Cybrary […]

Cyber Deals: Exterro, Naoris Protocol, Cybit Sec

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Cybersecurity Venture Funding and Mergers: This week, notable funding and M&A activity involved compliance, enterprise security, and vulnerability assessment firms. Funding Exterro, a legal governance, risk, and compliance software provider, completed a strategic recapitalization valuing the firm at over $1 billion. The company, currently owned by Leeds Equity Partners, is targeting a potential 2023 initial […]

Cyber Deals: Halborn, Irideos, Anvilogic

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Huntress acquires Curricula for $22 million

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Huntress, a cybersecurity firm providing a security management platform to small and medium sized businesses, has acquired Curricula, a security awareness training service provider, for $22 million. Curricula is a freemium SaaS company offering solutions for employee cybersecurity training. Their methods incorporate behavioral learning techniques and engaging storytelling to maximize employee engagement. Small and medium […]