Tougher cyber rules could hit third parties

Firms might pull back as outside services get harder to police


Consultants are welcoming regulators' 'get tough' approach to the financial industry's cybersecurity standards, saying this could nudge market participants to increase pressure on their third-party providers and rethink risk transference.

The US Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) office of compliance inspections and examinations (OCIE) has issued risk alerts on cybersecurity. Meanwhile, the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has outlined potential new cyber

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