The hack of Yahoo! highlights corporate America’s continued vulnerability to cyber-attacks. A June 2016 study by the Ponemon Institute estimates that cyber-attacks cost companies an average of $4 million each last year, and only 30% have a plan in place to know how to react. The SEC announced that cybersecurity is a top priority for the agency this year. In order to meet these requirements, alternative investment fund managers should be evaluating the cybersecurity policies and procedures they have in place, making sure they are strong enough to protect their most sensitive information and client data. It’s also important that fund managers balance their technology spend with the perceived threats. With a panel of experts, The Deal’s video roundtable on Wednesday, December 7th will help you assess the readiness of your organization and portfolio companies to safe guard critical data and mitigate business disruptions by addressing cyber risk and compliance before a business disruption occurs.