Just recently, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission or SEC unveiled a blueprint regarding their plans to ensure that Wall Street entities or firms are fully prepared to prevent and detect cyber security threats and attacks. The said plan was launched last April 15 on a 9-page document containing the said agenda. The document contains sample questionnaires that the SEC may ask asset managers or brokerages during their inspection. The said document aims to prepare all firms to be on alert at all times. It should also provide some comprehensive list when malware is detected. The SEC also plans to examine more than fifty firms, focusing on cyber security specific issues. For more on this post, go to the source.