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August 1, 2024 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST

Overview (Program Summary)

In an era where data breaches pose serious threats to financial integrity, the New York Department of Financial Services (NY DFS) has updated its Cybersecurity regulations, underscoring the need for stringent data governance. This pivotal Webcast, hosted in collaboration with the Association of Corporate Counsel, will delve into the crucial amendments to the NY DFS Cybersecurity Regulation, with a particular focus on the new requirements for maintaining an asset inventory and the defensible deletion of non-essential data.

As organizations navigate these enhanced mandates, the need for a robust Data Discovery solution becomes clear. This session will explore how advanced data discovery technology seamlessly aligns with the updated regulations by enabling organizations to efficiently discover, classify, and catalog data across their entire landscape, thus facilitating compliance with asset inventory requirements. Additionally, we will discuss how this technology empowers entities to identify data that can be defensibly deleted, addressing the regulation’s disposal mandates.

Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of the amendments' implications through real-world scenarios and expert insights. This Webcast is designed for leaders in the financial services, insurance, and healthcare sectors, equipping them with the knowledge to confidently navigate the complexities of the revised NY DFS Cybersecurity Regulation.

Join us to ensure your organization is not only compliant but also well-equipped to protect sensitive data with the most advanced tools at your disposal. Engage with our experts and turn regulatory challenges into opportunities for enhanced data governance.