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New Privacy and Cybersecurity Regulations: What Financial Institutions Need to Know to Stay Compliant

June 13, 2024
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Central

June 13, 2024
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Central

The financial services industry has seen a litany of new data privacy and cybersecurity challenges through the first half of 2024. Financial institutions are facing unprecedented compliance hurdles resulting from the proliferation of additional state privacy laws, new reporting requirements for cyber incidents, heightened scrutiny from state, federal, and industry regulators, and the development of artificial intelligence (AI)-based technologies and regulations.

Join Alex Koskey and Matt White, co-chairs of Baker Donelson's Financial Services Cybersecurity and Data Protection Team, for a discussion on the latest regulatory developments in data privacy and cybersecurity and practical advice for your organization to address these new challenges, including: 

  • Developments in state privacy laws; 
  • Key amendments to the SEC's Regulation S-P;
  • New guidance from the SEC on disclosing cyber incidents; 
  • CISA's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking with new cyber reporting requirements; 
  • The Fair Housing Administration's New 12-Hour Cyber Incident Notification Rule; 
  • Updates on enforcement actions; 
  • Third-party risk management requirements;
  • Developments in AI regulations; and
  • Additional challenges and trends to watch in the second half of 2024.

Continuing Education Credit:

This program is being submitted for 1.0 hour of CLE credit in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. Materials will be provided for submissions to additional states. In order to receive CLE credit, participants must attend the program live. CLE credit cannot be awarded to viewers of the recorded program.

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