How the 2012 Facebook IPO filing taught the SEC that IT modernization never ends

by Billy Mitchell • 1 month ago

The online pandemonium crashed a key SEC website, and the agency learned a thing or two about scalability.

Pamela Dyson

by FedScoop Staff • 4 months ago

Chief Information Officer, Securities and Exchange Commission

SEC investigating 2016 breach, chairman says

by FedScoop Staff • 10 months ago

The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating his agency’s recently revealed data breach, Chairman Jay Clayton told a panel of senators on Tuesday.

SEC hit by database breach in 2016

by FedScoop Staff • 10 months ago

The compromised database is known as EDGAR.

SEC moves closer to requiring open format for company filings

by Evan Fallor • 1 year ago

The SEC this week voted for a rule change requiring public companies to file financial statements with an open format known as Inline XBRL.

Former U.S. intel leaders warn that legal action against Yahoo will hurt FBI cyber efforts

by Chris Bing • 2 years ago

U.S. regulators would be wise to avoid most data breach lawsuits against victimized U.S. companies like Yahoo because of the damaging president it can set, according to a panel of former U.S. intelligence leaders who spoke at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s annual cybersecurity summit, Tuesday.