In the Margins

Cybersecurity advisor to stay on at SEC

July 20, 2017

By Securities and Exchange Commission

Christopher Hetner will continue to serve as senior advisor to Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton for cybersecurity policy, having previously served in this role under Chair Mary Jo White and Acting Chairman Michael Piwowar. Hetner will continue to coordinate efforts across the agency to address cybersecurity policy, engage with external stakeholders, and help enhance the SEC’s mechanisms for assessing cyber-related market risk. Read the full release from the SEC.

 

 

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