The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) invited security and finance experts to Washington yesterday to discuss cybersecurity issues and whether companies and stock markets should be required to immediately disclose attacks and invest in protecting their systems. SEC commissioner Luis Aguilar said that the agency needed to …
possible to backfire
if the corporates end up having to disclose their defenses and capabilities as this could also be used against them...
Re: possible to backfire
The crooks already know about the defects in their defenses and capabilities.
The Mayor of Toronto...
What the Crims & Hackers should do is...
.... Start their own HFT firm.... Or .... cosy up with the SEC and run a 50 billion Ponzi fund for three decades! Seriously, does the SEC have any credibility anymore?! I've begun to accept that inCesting in Wall Street is a game for patsies. I've pulled out of the US for cloudy services over privacy concerns. In the interest of self-preservation I'm doing the same thing regarding investing!
"SEC mulls how to save markets from crackers: How about a CRACK TEAM... of advisers?"
Fixed your title.
Get the terminology right for shits sake.
Gotta be a Tiger Team
Tiger Teams are better...
Why the TD?
You know I am right.
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