SEC’s New Rules for Fund Managers on Cybersecurity Disclosures

The SEC is proposing new rules on cybersecurity disclosures for fund managers.

The Commission also is proposing a new rule and form under the Advisers Act to require advisers to report significant cybersecurity incidents affecting the adviser, or its fund or private fund clients, to the Commission. With respect to disclosure, the Commission is proposing amendments to various forms regarding the disclosure related to significant cybersecurity risks and cybersecurity incidents that affect advisers and funds and their clients and shareholders. Finally, we are proposing new recordkeeping requirements under the Advisers Act and Investment Company Act.

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