Cybersecurity and Intelligence Consulting
Crafted for SEC and FINRA Registered Institutions
MTradecraft delivers cybersecurity consulting and intelligence contracting services to over 200 RIAs, Hedge Funds, Broker-Dealers, Institutions, and Family Offices. Our sharp unbiased professionalism sets us apart from the competition.
SEC Cybersecurity Compliance Consulting MTradecraft provides cybersecurity consulting services to over 200 SEC and FINRA registered firms. MTradecraft is the only cybersecurity firm that offers unbiased consulting services to protect your business from regulatory compliance issues and cyber risks.
Cybersecurity Awareness Training Want to automate the cybersecurity awareness training for your firm in less than 10 minutes? Fieldcraft is fully compliant with all regulations from: SEC, FINRA, NASAA, GDPR, ISO27001, and PCI-DSS
Private Intelligence Contracting Covert and unattributed intelligence projects that help clients mitigate risk, make informed decisions, and operate with an unfair advantage. HUMINT SOCINT OSINT SIGINT MARINT
MTradecraft is a BrainTrust to our clients.
We work with them side-by-side to ensure they are prepared for cyber attacks, regulatory audits, and have the intelligence they need to operate with an unfair advantage.
Our services are unbiased to any vendor, software, or hardware equipment – which sets us apart from our competition.
Our clients trust us as their source for advice because we always put their best interests first.
- Top 5 Things SEC Registered Firms Need to Do to Prepare for the New Cybersecurity Regulations in 206(4)-9 | MTradecraftIn order to comply with the new cybersecurity regulations of 206(4)-9, SEC registered firms need to take a number of steps. Here are five of the most important ones.
- SEC Proposed Cybersecurity Rules – What They Are and What Our Clients Should be Doing Now2022 was a very busy year for cybersecurity with the SEC. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released a series of proposed regulations that would significantly increase SEC oversight of public companies’ cybersecurity-related matters. The new rules call for greater transparency in how organizations operate with regard to their cyber security policies and procedures, decision-making processes, as well as an oversight role from the Board regarding all aspects related to cyber security.
- The Pros and (Mostly) Cons of RIAs Moving to the CloudThe Pros and (Mostly) Cons of RIAs Moving to the Cloud The “cloud” has revolutionized computing as we know it, […]
- The Dangers of MSPs for SEC and FINRA Registered FirmsThe Dangers of Managed IT Service Providers (MSPs) for SEC-registered Firms. (And Knowing When to RUN away from them) There […]
- Why Cybersecurity Awareness Training is Important for SEC Registered FirmsEarlier this year, the SEC announced Rule 206(4)-9 as part of their sweeping overhaul of cybersecurity regulations. We are moving […]
Previously Recorded Webinars:
With 2023, SEC-registered RIAs will be bracing for an unprecedented challenge: tackling cyber operations compliance with the upcoming 206(4)-9 regulations.
In this webinar, MTradecraft discusses what lies ahead for firms in 2023 as 206(4)-9 is set to debut.
Get ahead of this critical transition by watching MTradecraft’s webinar to learn all you need to know about what lies in wait and be prepared against any risks that may come up along the way!
How will the SEC’s new cybersecurity regulations affect your SEC registered RIA?
We explore that topic in our latest webinar recording above.
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed cybersecurity reporting rule ( 206(4)-9 ) has received generally negative comments from RIAs, Hedge Funds, and Family Offices during the comment period.
It is MTradecraft’s opinion that many of these provisions will be extremely harmful to registered firms and these rules will make it significantly harder to protect a firm’s sensitive data from hackers and spies.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the proposed rules and how they would have a negative impact on your firm while also providing significant advantages for hackers and spies.
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed cybersecurity reporting rule ( 206(4)-9 ) will also affect how you approach cybersecurity training within your firm.
In this webinar, we discussed how to properly incorporate a Cybersecurity Awareness Training Program into your SEC or FINRA registered firm.