The New York State cybersecurity rules for financial organizations cover a significant amount of ground, including mandating wider use of multi-factor authentication and the encryption of all nonpublic data that is at rest or in transit.
Implementing these changes may pose some challenges, but by understanding where your security posture as it relates to the regulation, you can begin to strategize what it will take to reach compliance or stay there.
In this paper, we will examine the key parts of the regulations your organization needs to get a handle on.
- Where do organizations begin to in implementing the new policies?
- How do you go about assessing your organization current security posture?
- What critical steps are necessary to comply with the new regulations and to keep your data and your networks safe?