Tags Securities and Exchange Commission

SEC sets the stage for an IT overhaul

by Carten Cordell • 2 months ago

The new contract is known as ONE OIT.

GSA, experienced agencies can do more for EIS transition, GAO says

by Carten Cordell • 5 months ago

A new report says GSA and other agencies could be doing more to make the shift to the $50-billion telecommunications contract go smoothly.

Federal telework has ‘some barriers’ to success, GAO says

by Evan Fallor • 11 months ago

The Government Accountability Office recently made recommendations to four federal agencies that it said would improve telework agreements and data reporting among the federal government's growing number of remote workers.

SEC moves closer to requiring open format for company filings

by Evan Fallor • 12 months 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 • 1 year 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.

Startup investors are looking to hackers for help on smart bets

by Chris Bing • 1 year ago

When a rapidly growing startup approaches a private equity firm in hopes of raising money, its founders typically come bearing a powerpoint with information regarding a revenue forecast, tech development plan and a go-to-market strategy, among other things. But today, investors are also becoming increasingly interested in the cybersecurity posture of their portfolio companies and that of the entrepreneurs pitching them for millions of dollars in funding, a group of security experts and investors told FedScoop.