Preparing for SEC Investigations and Securities Litigation After a Cyber Breach

07 Dec , 2022

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Public companies managing the fallout from a cyber breach need to prepare for potential investigations by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and potential securities litigation, including class actions and stockholder derivative suits. 

Join Robert L. Hickok, Jay A. Dubow and Thomas H. Cordova for a discussion about SEC enforcement actions following cyber breaches and how public companies can minimize the risk of SEC investigations and Securities Litigation after a cyber breach. 

The presentation will address lessons learned from past SEC and shareholder derivative actions involving cyber breaches, provide practical advice about drafting disclosures, and address proposed rules by the SEC.

 

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