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SEC Breach Disclosure Proposal Would Force CISOs to Think Fast  

The SEC has proposed a data breach disclosure rule that would require chief information security officers to more quickly assess the impact of a cyberattack. So reports GovInfoSecurity.

SEC Seal of the United States Securities and Exchange CommissionThe proposed rule would force public companies to notify regulators of a breach within four days of determining the breach is “material.”

With the rule, CISOs would have to talk with the board no later than a day or two after finding out about a breach to decide whether it is "material." This would help the company stay in the SEC’s good graces.

Read the full article from GovInfoSecurity.

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