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In a guest commentary for Bloomberg Brief Financial Regulation, SRZ partners Marc E. Elovitz and Holly H. Weiss, former SRZ partners Brian T. Daly and Robert R. Kiesel and former SRZ attorneys Jacob Preiserowicz and Michael L. Yaeger discuss how financial regulators are emphasizing the risk poor cybersecurity poses to market integrity and financial stability, and elaborating on policies and controls they expect the firms they oversee to have in place. The authors outline steps that investment managers should take to ensure they comply with recent cybersecurity guidance provided by the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations and the National Futures Association.

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