On July 26, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission adopted new rules regarding public companies’ reporting of (i) cybersecurity incidents, (ii) policies and procedures for identifying and managing cybersecurity risks and (iii) management and board roles in implementing cybersecurity policies and procedures. Read on for details about the new rules and recommended next steps for reporting companies.

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Photo of Andrew Konia Andrew Konia

Andrew’s practice is singularly focused on protecting clients’ businesses and data, anticipating disputes, and strengthening their competitive position in the marketplace.

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Tasha’s practice focuses on securities and capital markets. Prior to law school, Tasha worked for a variety of insurers handling claims for individuals, corporations and Virginia municipalities. While in law school, Tasha served as student advocate on the Honor Council and was article…

Tasha’s practice focuses on securities and capital markets. Prior to law school, Tasha worked for a variety of insurers handling claims for individuals, corporations and Virginia municipalities. While in law school, Tasha served as student advocate on the Honor Council and was article & comments editor of Law Review.

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Elizabeth represents public and private companies in securities transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate matters. She has experience representing issuers and underwriters in a range of securities offerings and transactions, including Rule 144A and registered offerings of debt securities (including investment-grade securities…

Elizabeth represents public and private companies in securities transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate matters. She has experience representing issuers and underwriters in a range of securities offerings and transactions, including Rule 144A and registered offerings of debt securities (including investment-grade securities and structured products) and offerings of preferred stock. She also has experience establishing and updating various continuous offering programs.

McGuireWoods LLP

At McGuireWoods, we deliver quality work, personalized service and exceptional value. We use technology to provide efficient legal solutions and employ a diverse workforce to bring real-world and innovative perspectives to meeting our clients’ needs. With 1,100 lawyers and 21 strategically located offices…

At McGuireWoods, we deliver quality work, personalized service and exceptional value. We use technology to provide efficient legal solutions and employ a diverse workforce to bring real-world and innovative perspectives to meeting our clients’ needs. With 1,100 lawyers and 21 strategically located offices worldwide, McGuireWoods uses client-focused teams to serve public, private, government and nonprofit clients from many industries, including automotive, energy resources, healthcare, technology and transportation.