NYS Rule Reaches Beyond the State’s Borders in Requiring Corporate Boards to Implement Cybersecurity Protections
By: Carter Conboy
Thomas A. Capezza was published in the Winter 2017-2018 edition of The Business Lawyer, a quarterly publication by the American Bar Association, Business Law Section.
Tom’s article “New York State Rule Reaches Beyond the State’s Borders in Requiring Corporate Boards to Implement Cybersecurity Protections” focuses on the significant regulatory oversight created when the New York State Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) promulgated a rule in December 2016 requiring financial institutions to establish and maintain a cybersecurity program designed to protect consumers and ensure the safety and soundness of New York State’s financial services industry. The article also highlights the mandates placed on institutions outside New York.
About Thomas A. Capezza
Tom is a Director at Carter Conboy. He practices in the areas of White Collar Litigation and Investigations, as well as Technology, Cyber and eDiscovery, Corporate Governance and Investigations, and Law Enforcement. Tom has nearly 20 years of criminal and civil investigatory and litigation experience and has broad experience with the investigation and litigation of matters involving financial and securities fraud, health care fraud, pharmaceutical and FDA violations, cross-border crimes and violations of numerous other federal and state laws. He can be reached at email@example.com and (518) 465-3484.
About Carter Conboy
Carter Conboy is a full-service law firm providing counsel to businesses, corporations, government, professionals, and individuals in 20 industries and 40 specialized service areas. Founded in 1920, Carter Conboy has offices in Albany and Saratoga Springs, NY.
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