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Daily Dashboard | SEC fines Morgan Stanley $35M over alleged data protection, deletion issues Related reading: CPRA regulations finalized with OAL approval


The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced a $35 million settlement with multinational financial services provider Morgan Stanley Smith and Barney's wealth and asset management division related to alleged insufficient data protection measures for approximately 15 million customers over a five-year period. The SEC claims various data deletion issues, including those occurring via a contracted third-party moving and storage company "with no experience or expertise in data destruction services" and by MSSB itself. SEC Enforcement Division Director Gurbir Grewal said, "Today's action sends a clear message to financial institutions that they must take seriously their obligation to safeguard (sensitive) data."
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