Topic: sec

SD Times news digest: SEC approves guidance, Google Android Enterprise Recommendation and SnapLogic updates cloud platform

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has unanimously voted to approve a statement that assists public companies in preparing disclosures about cybersecurity risks and incidents. This addresses the importance of cybersecurity policies and procedures. “I believe that providing the Commission’s views on these matters will promote clearer and more robust disclosure by companies about cybersecurity … continue reading

SEC’s 6-year-old cybersecurity guidance slated for major update

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is updating its cybersecurity guidance that provides information on how publicly traded companies should report data breaches to their investors. The updates are expected to take effect in the first and second quarter of this year, and it will require that investors are notified of all data breaches, … continue reading

A mobile VR report, AppDynamics’ IPO, and Automotive Grade Linux’s latest infotainment platform—SD Times news digest: Dec. 29, 2016

Mobile virtual reality is leading the virtual reality movement, according to a new report. Tractica, a market intelligence firm, recently conducted a study looking at how virtual reality will play out over the next couple of years, and found mobile VR headsets will represent more than 75% of the head-mounted display (HMD) shipments through 2021. … continue reading

Citigroup penalized for computer code error, Django REST framework 3.4, and EU files a complaint against Google—SD Times news digest: July 14, 2016

After a computer error that caused major problems for the Securities and Exchange Commission, Citigroup Global Markets has agreed to pay US$7 million as a penalty. The computer coding error was in the software that Citigroup used from May 1999 to April 2014 to process the SEC’s requests for blue sheet data. This data included … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Should you trust cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are not insured, not legal tender, and are susceptible to hackers, according to the SEC … continue reading

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