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SEC's Breach Disclosure Rules Criticized as 'Worryingly Vague'

Data breach reporting rules newly introduced by the Securities and Exchange Commission have drawn industry pushback. So reports IT Pro.

SEC Seal of the United States Securities and Exchange CommissionThe SEC’s rules would mandate that public companies disclose breaches within four days.

Tara Wisniewski, executive vice president for advocacy at the nonprofit (ISC)2, has warned that the rules were “worryingly vague” and “may create ambiguity for cyber professionals.”

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