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New York Takes the Lead on Cybersecurity Regulation

, New York Law Journal

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W. Todd Hicks writes: New York's groundbreaking cybersecurity rules offer a viable model for other jurisdictions to adopt, particularly as global cyberattacks make cyber defense an urgent matter.

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  • ChannelSOC

    Great article. We are optimistic that other states follow as these requirements should be a part of every organization, whether you need to comply or not. By conducting a full Cyber Risk Assessment you go a lot deeper to find out where all the security gaps in your organization are. This is a fundamental step towards a culture change along with an overview of your major risks. ChannelSOC suggests organizations needing to comply would be to quickly engage a cyber security or compliance company as soon as possible and this will make this process a lot more manageable.

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