How should companies gauge whether there are solid controls in place to mitigate cybersecurity concerns? In a recent blog, Cybersecurity and Stock Plan Administrators (full blog available on CompensationStandards.com), author Mike Melbinger (Partner, Winston & Strawn LLP) identified some areas of concern:
How do companies navigate the above concerns with their service providers? Melbinger suggests the following (my abbreviated interpretation):
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