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5 steps to securing your PE firm’s data

Private equity firms with limited resources can take measures without spending heavily to ensure that their data is protected, writes Phil Chambers.

Investors refuse to pay cybersecurity and IT costs – pfm survey

GPs should think twice before allocating too much of the IT budget to the fund, because LPs aren’t inclined to pick up the tab.

Three things you should know about cyber-risk management

Protecting your firm’s information and data from thieves is important, and being prepared means having a plan on hand.

CEOs, CFOs become main targets in cyber-theft at PE firms

Thieves are using fake emails from executives so they can transfer money into their own bank accounts.

SEC zeroing in on firms’ cyber-risk practices during exam process

The regulator is taking a closer look into firms' cyber risk management programs as part of the examination process.

Phishing becoming a growing concern in private equity

Executives advise taking precautions as part of cyber risk management.

Key SEC cybersecurity policy advisor to leave

Christopher Hetner, a senior advisor to the agency’s chairman, has worked to strengthen cyber incident response planning and threat intelligence capabilities.

How you should protect data from cyberattack

As asset managers become increasingly exposed to cybercrime, one not-for-profit is developing interoperability standards that would prevent private equity firms from becoming the target of cyber-criminals.

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