Audits show insufficient data security at SEC

04/4/2013 | Reuters

Two audits conducted in March by the Securities and Exchange Commission's inspector general found that the agency needs further action to improve internal controls. The routine audits were conducted to ensure that the SEC was correctly protecting data it shared with the Financial Stability Oversight Council, and that the regulatory agency was in compliance with the Federal Information Security Management Act. Register and get the latest on cybersecurity, CAT and more at SIFMA's 40th Annual Operations Conference and Exhibit in Boca Raton, Fla., April 28-May 1.

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