About the Course
SOX cybersecurity compliance refers to an issuer of securities maintaining strong internal control processes over its information technology infrastructure and applicaitons.
This event is focused on attendees being able to work within a cyber program that identifies and mitigates the cybersecurity threats, understands the cyber actors and includes tests of controls in a cybersecurity framework.
The Sarbanes-Oxely Act never mentions cybersecurity. However, the SEC has released “Commission Statement and Guidance on Public Company Cybersecurity Disclosures” which makes an issue's cybersecurity program a compliance event.
The technology and data usage bring with them a collection of potential risk events that can have a material impact corporate financials.
SOX cybersecurity compliance generally refers to a public company implementing strong internal control processes to mitigate the cybersecurity inherent risks that have been identified.
This event focuses on:
• Understanding the SEC's guidance,
• Maintaining comprehensive set of policies and procedures related to cybersecurity risks and internal controls,
• Creating and operating the appropriate and effective cybersecurity internal controls,
• Addressing the issuer's disclosure obligations under the federal securities laws,
• Reminding corporate insiders of the applicable insider trading prohibitions under the general antifraud provisions of the federal securities laws and also of their obligation to refrain from making selective disclosures of material nonpublic information about cybersecurity risks or incidents.
This timely, four hour CPE seminar is designed for internal audit management, compliance managers, controllers, CFO's and others who have to create value within the cybersecurity internal control framework.
Each attendee will receive 4 CPE Hours (YB). A certificate of completion will be provided.