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The Cyber Risk Disclosure Groundswell: Corporate Governance Response in the Specter of SEC Oversight

Will Recent Data Breaches Impact the 2018 Filing Season?

The threat of cybersecurity breaches has evolved from a matter of “if” to “when” for corporations and government entities around the globe. While more public companies have come forward to disclose cybersecurity as a risk factor in recent years, still less than half (38%) of U.S. public companies cite cybersecurity as a risk factor in their annual and quarterly SEC filings. See what lies ahead, and learn about the consequences of improper – or a lack of – disclosure in our free whitepaper.

This free whitepaper explores the far-reaching effects of cyber breaches, including:

  • Why companies are increasingly reporting cybersecurity as a risk factor
  • Cybersecurity in the Boardroom & the GC’s office
  • Possible SEC guidance on disclosure
  • The possible ramifications of a breach

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