In the News: Financial institutions learn about new cybersecurity regulations.

"When this hits a health care provider or other folks who are on the first line of defense where people's health and safety are concerned, you can certainly understand that decision, but at the end of the day, you have no assurance that the very same ransomware attack isn't going to be recreated the next day and ask for even more money." 

Just one of the insightful quotes provided by HSE's John Horn in a recent story by WXXI News titled, "Financial institutions learn about new cybersecurity regulations." John provides his perspective into the new Department of Financial Services' cybersecurity regulations, which went into effect March 1st. 

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