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A number of traditional factors that animate decisions about enforcement point to a likelihood in the near term of an enforcement proceeding against one or more regulated entities for a violation of the DFS cybersecurity regulation, known as “Part 500.” A number of traditional factors that animate decisions about enforcement point to a likelihood in the near term of an enforcement proceeding against one or more regulated entities for a violation of the DFS cybersecurity regulation, known as “Part 500.” (Photo: Shutterstock)

The question gets asked quite frequently in regulatory circles: “Will the New York State Department of Financial Services bring an enforcement action under its cybersecurity regulation, and if so, when?”

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