Underperformance or a change in portfolio managers are understandable reasons investors might review an investment firm. But according to CoreData Research, investors consider a cyberbreach an even more pressing reason to pursue an investigation. Such investigations can quickly lead to fund managers getting fired.
As an asset manager, it is critical that you have a strong cybersecurity program in place and that you are able to communicate the strength of your program to allocators and investors. Here, we provide information on maturing your security posture and offer five guidelines to help you navigate the security section of RFIs and DDQs.DOWNLOAD WHITE PAPER NOW