- August 21, 2018
The precedent-setting New York DFS Cyber Security Requirements (23 NYCRR 500) was created to address cyber threats posed to information and financial systems by nation-states, terrorist organizations and independent criminal actors.
It impacts more than 4,000 regulated financial services and insurance firms operating in New York – and beyond. In addition to providing robust cybersecurity standards for the covered firms, Section 500.11 of NY DFS also has requirements for each third-party service provider that work with regulated firms, whether or not they’re operating in New York.
All regulated firms must comply with Section 500.11 of NY DFS by March 1, 2019.
So what does that mean to you – and are you ready to comply with the increasing regulations?
Download the webinar for this insightful presentation with Ben Fagan of BitSight and Dov Goldman of Opus where they discuss:
- What do the NY DFS cybersecurity requirements entail, and what are the impacts of New York DFS, as well as other regulations like OCC?
- What active steps can you take to prepare to meet the requirements for highly secure, controls-based cybersecurity programs and overall regulatory demands?
- What role can automation, security ratings, and continuous monitoring play in meeting increasing regulatory requirements?