SEC Cybersecurity Services
SEC and IT Security for Financial Services
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) oversees companies that sell and trade securities and offer advice to investors. They require financial services firms to audit their cybersecurity practices to identify risks and provide evidence of security measures that protect the privacy of their investors’ data and reduce overall risk. These measures include access controls, cybersecurity awareness, disaster recovery planning, endpoint protection, and data encryption while in transit and in storage. To maintain investor confidence, financial services firms and their vendors and service providers must prevent cyber-attacks and minimize disruptions to normal business operations. Following SEC standards will ensure your financial services business fulfills these obligations.
Components of the SEC's IT Security Standards
Adopt the SEC’s IT security standards
with our simple 3-step process:
Before your business attempts to implement SEC standards, you should identify any issues that could lead you to fail. This critical step is called a Gap Assessment and is designed to determine the “gaps” or holes in your security posture and to show you how to fill them.
Charles IT can identify and address the vulnerabilities in your cybersecurity, so you can apply SEC standards and show your clients that you take data security seriously.
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Ongoing Data Management
Charles IT can give your business state-of-the-art access control systems, in order to:
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