WASHINGTON -- Earlier this year the SEC put advisors on notice that examiners intend to take a close look at how firms are safeguarding sensitive information and guarding against threats to their digital systems.

The SEC has yet to produce or even propose any binding rules regarding cybersecurity, but officials have been sending strong signals that they expect firms of all sizes to put in place policies and procedures to protect sensitive information.

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