For the first time, the Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating hackers suspected of breaking into corporate email accounts to steal sensitive data, such as details of mergers and acquisitions, in order to trade on stocks, sources told Reuters.
A new SEC ruling requires certain types of businesses to follow specific IT procedures to ensure regulatory and legal compliance. TechTarget's Jeffrey Ritter says the ruling is, "changing...
Bitcoin startup GAW Miners and its affiliated businesses are under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission for alleged fraud, according to leaked documents from the agency.
The Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC, launched a pilot program last week designed to expedite investor analysis and comparisons of public company financial statement data.
What has IT security become when the most highly regulated and security conscious industry can't stop hackers from plundering its data resources? It's certainly been a difficult year for the IT security industry, and there are still almost three more months to go.
Mandatory reporting of cybersecurity incidents is needed for the health of the Internet, Dan Geer, chief information security officer at CIA-based investment firm In-Q-Tel, told a keynote audience at the Black Hat conference being held this week in Las Vegas.
With major data breaches much on the mind of the C-suite, corporate boards are getting more involved in cybersecurity.
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The Securities and Exchange Commission has released an investor alert to educate Bitcoin users about the potential schemes con artists have pulled off using the cryptocurrency.
BOSTON--Spurred on by the Target breach and other high profile breaches, the Securities and Exchange Commission is likely to issue mandatory rules on cybersecurity disclosures for public companies in their SEC filings--rules based on the voluntary staff guidance the regulator issued in 2011, explained Jason Weinstein, a partner at the law firm of Steptoe & Johnson specializing in cybersecurity, at the SANS Security Leadership Summit being held here this week.