SEC tightens data breach regulation


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The Securities Exchange Commission has proposed stricter regulations on how financial institutions deal with data breaches as cyberattacks climb.  The SEC proposed amendments to its “Privacy of Consumer Financial Information and Safeguarding Customer Information” regulation, implemented in 2000, according to a May 15 fact sheet from the commission. The federal watchdog is looking to implement […]


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