Client Alert

The National Futures Association recently submitted an interpretive notice proposal to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission that would require NFA members to establish information systems security programs. The NFA periodically issues interpretive notices to provide more specific guidance on acceptable standards for supervisory procedures. The NFA’s recent interpretive notice proposal provides guidance regarding information systems security practices that all member firms should adopt and tailor to their particular business activities and risks.

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