A Path Toward December 2023: Preparing for New SEC Cyber Disclosures

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On Wednesday, July 26th the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced the adoption of rules which outline new disclosure reporting requirements for material cybersecurity incidents. What do the new requirements entail and how can reporting companies of all sizes ensure compliance? Join our expert-led interview to learn more about the SEC’s newly adopted disclosure requirements and the specific reporting mechanisms that will soon come into effect. This event will provide valuable information that ensures professionals in areas like cybersecurity, risk management, and internal audit are versed in the latest requirements amidst changing cyber security reporting regulations.

In this session, participants will learn techniques to help their organization prepare for:

– The Form 10-K and Form 20-F disclosures that will be due beginning with annual reports for fiscal years ending on or after December 15, 2023.

– The Form 8-K and Form 6-K disclosures that will be due beginning the later of 90 days after the date of publication in the Federal Register or December 18, 2023. Form 8-K will generally be due 4 business days after a company determines that a cybersecurity incident is material.

– Requirements for smaller reporting companies, who will have an additional 180 days before they must begin providing the Form 8-K disclosure.

– Compliance with the structured data requirements, where all registrants will be required to tag disclosures required under the final rules in Inline XBRL beginning one year after initial compliance with the related disclosure requirement.

Speakers :

Rachel V. Rose, JD
Rachel V. Rose advises and represents clients on healthcare, cybersecurity, securities, as well as qui tam compliance, transactional, litigation, and government enforcement matters. She also teaches bioethics as an Affiliated Member with Baylor College of Medicine’s Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy. She has served as a consultative and testifying expert, and is often quoted in publications. Rachel has held numerous leadership roles with the Federal Bar Association, co-edited the American Health Lawyers Association’s Enterprise Risk Management Handbook for Healthcare Entities (2nd Edition), and co-authored two American Bar Association books: The ABCs of ACOs and What Are International HIPAA Considerations? She has been named consecutively to the Texas Bar College, the National Women Trial Lawyers Association’s Top 25, the National Trial Lawyers Association’s Top 100, and The Nation’s Top One Percent. In 2023, she was selected for SuperLawyers (healthcare).

Andy Watkin-Child, CEng, CSyP
Andy Watkin-Child is a 20-year veteran of cybersecurity, risk management, and technology. He has held international leadership positions in the first and second lines of defense for cybersecurity, cyber-risk management, operational risk, and technology within engineering/manufacturing, financial services, and publishing/media companies with balance sheets of more than €1 trillion. He is an experienced member of management boards, global risk leadership teams, and cybersecurity, operational risk, and GDPR committees. Watkin-Child is the Founding Partner of Parava Security Solutions, supporting organizations in delivering cyber-risk management and cyber regulatory programs. He also runs CMMC Europe, an advisory company focused on supporting the European DIB in deploying CMMC.

Michael Downing
Michael Downing is an Advocacy Director for The IIA, focused on United States policy. Previously, as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), he liaised with state and local governments during the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic and helped coordinate implementation of certain CARES Act provisions. Downing formerly served as a member of the president’s transition team at the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), where he was later appointed Deputy Chief of Staff and White House Liaison. While at GSA, Downing managed appointee personnel and was designated the agency Regulatory Reform Officer. His earlier senior political and state government positions in Pennsylvania included Deputy Director of Public Liaison to the Governor of Pennsylvania, responsible for coordinating executive nominations and appointments made by the Governor to 400+ boards and commissions.