Amy Lynch streaming live interview on customer account data breaches (Yahoo! Finance)

Founder and President Amy Lynch was recently interviewed on Yahoo! Finance’s streaming live show, “On The Move.” Responding to questions on customer account cyber attacks – highlighted by recent hacks of Robinhood accounts – Ms. Lynch discusses how the current regulatory environment to protect customer information is without a SEC rule specifically for firm requirements…

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FrontLine’s industry guidance on “credential stuffing” cyber threat featured (InvestmentNews)

FrontLine’s alert on this regulatory hot topic details the SEC’s concern with a type of hack known as “credential stuffing,” identified by the SEC during its exams of firms. This cyber-attack has caused the loss of customer assets and allowed unauthorized access to customer information. Criminals use stolen credentials, which are used to log into…

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Amy Lynch on impact of new accredited investor definition (Chief Investment Officer)

FrontLine’s Founder and President Amy Lynch recently spoke with the publication Chief Investment Officer on the SEC’s recently adopted changes to its definition of an accredited Investor. Exclusively quoted in the feature story, Ms. Lynch discusses how the new definition adds clarity for family offices that want to invest in private funds, with private equity already…

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13F proposal underscores weight of SEC workload (ETF.com)

With the comment period ending, some are questioning the rationale behind the SEC’s 13F proposal. While a huge compliance and cost burden would be removed from smaller equity managers, Amy Lynch, FrontLine’s Founder and President, sees an over-stretched SEC that cannot keep up with the ever-increasing volume of 13F filings. Aside from alleviating the SEC’s…

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FrontLine’s alert on industry cybersecurity threat profiled (Security Magazine)

FrontLine Compliance’s recent alert details the SEC’s concern with a type of hack known as “credential stuffing,” identified by the regulator during exams of firms. This cyber-attack involves stolen credentials, which are used to log into web-based systems of firms to access client funds. Firms need to be aware of this new risk type and…

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