So hedge funds understand how to protect their data, the Hedge Fund Standards Board will provide a memorandum that addresses cybersecurity for hedge funds.
With cybersecurity threats increasing each day, hedge funds need to consider increased protection to prevent loss of sensitive information.
Hedge fund managers, have you considered cybersecurity? In part two of our series, you'll learn preparatory steps to secure your information.
Hackers have penetrated a number of hedge funds in the past two years, says The New York Times. Cybersecurity for hedge funds should be a priority.
In this age of increased transparency, investment strategy and position level information needs to be communicated and shared among many parties.
Not to be outdone by their U.S. and European counterparts, Asia-focused hedge funds are having a bit of resurgence this year, with over $3 US billion of new capital being allocated in the second quarter, according to HFR.
What’s unfortunate is that many funds are so fearful of having their information leaked that they water down their reports to the point where they offer minimal value to investors. At a time when investors are asking for more information and transparency from their funds, while being more selective about which fund managers they want to continue to invest with, I don’t feel “saying less” is a smart strategy.