NYS DFS cybersecurity law: Implementation lessons learned

NYS DFS cybersecurity law implementation lessons learned
NYS DFS cybersecurity law implementation lessons learned

With almost a year past since the first effective date of the finalized New York State Department of Financial Services’ (NYS DFS) cybersecurity law, many financial services institutions have implemented the regulation’s required policies and practices. This on-demand webinar reviews the final law, lessons learned from institutions who have implemented portions of the regulation and best practices your organization can use while preparing for the remaining compliance requirements.


 "33 Percent of Financial Institutions Have Not Tested Their Cybersecurity Incident Response Plan"


Key takeaways

  • The NYS DFS cybersecurity law and its various transition periods
  • Best practices for complying with different components of the regulation
  • What other financial institutions are doing to become compliant

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Baker Tilly has also prepared a compliance guide that highlights the key considerations of the NYS DFS cybersecurity law, as well a readiness checklist to help your organization in becoming compliant with each component of this extensive regulation.

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For more information on the new cybersecurity regulations, or to learn how Baker Tilly financial services industry specialists can help, contact our team.


“31 percent of respondents answered “We have an incident response plan, but have not tested it" to a poll question during the NYS DFS cybersecurity law: Implementation lessons learned webinar on Jan. 31, 2018.”