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The New York Department of Financial Services recently issued proposed regulations for cybersecurity that seek to standardize the way that financial services institutions protect information systems and the business and personal information they manage.

Organizations covered by the new cybersecurity regulation include banks and trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage lenders, investment companies, brokers and other financial services providers. There are some exemptions for some smaller organizations.

Scheduled to go into effect on March 1, 2017, these regulations are the first cybersecurity regulations from a federal or state agency in the US – but certainly not the last.

In this first installment of our AppSec in Review podcast, Brian Fitzgerald, Veracode Chief Marketing Officer, discusses:

  • What is unique about these regulations, and what trends they reveal in terms of cybersecurity regulations going forward
  • The challenges of complying with the regulations
  • A few predictions on what the outcome of these regulations will be

About Suzanne Ciccone

Suzanne is a marketing writer at Veracode. In this role, she’s part of a team working to shed light on AppSec through compelling and clear content. Suzanne has been a professional editor and writer for many years, for companies including Forrester Research, Cengage Learning and EBSCO Information Services.

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