ARLINGTON, Va. -- As advisors continue to develop policies and procedures for protecting their systems and data from cyberattacks, they need to establish security as a firm-wide priority, a top SEC official warns.
That demands "an approach to security that is meaningful and that is more than just a check-the-box approach, which really requires a strong governance component," said David Glockner, director of the SEC's Chicago regional office.
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