Monthly Archives: July 2016

Ceresney flashback: Deposing ‘The Donald’ in 2007 | Compliance Week

We have written here for years about Andrew Ceresney’s work as the Director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement. Ceresney joined the SEC in 2013, but he had a long legal career before that–including an interesting case now making headlines from his days in the private sector that involves the Republican Party Nominee for President, Donald Trump. via Ceresney flashback: Deposing…

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Guest Column: ‘Don’t Think You Need A CISO? Think Again’

Mr. Comey’s statement underscores what should be obvious.  Organizations that have a dedicated information security team — preferably one led by a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) or Chief Security Officer (CSO) — are in a more defensible security position.  Of course, companies cannot eliminate cyber risks simply by hiring a CISO, but they will reduce cyber risks considerably if…

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Approved Amendments to SEC Rules Include Depositions in APs | Compliance Week

This week, the SEC announced that it had approved several amendments to its rules of practice regarding administrative proceedings. Most notably, the new rules provide parties to APs — for the first time — with the opportunity to conduct a limited number of depositions. The SEC also made several other minor tweaks to rules governing the timelines of administrative proceedings, the admissibility of…

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