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These funds and those investing in them werent told that they were losing income so that the Voya advisers could provide a tax benefit to their affiliates. Now money will be heading back to the funds to help investors, said Anthony S. Kelly, CoChief of the SEC Enforcement Divisions Asset Management Unit.

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  • Sec Hits Voya Financial Advisors With 1M Fine Over Cyber
    Sec Hits Voya Financial Advisors With 1M Fine Over Cyber

    SEC Hits Voya Financial Advisors With 1M Fine Over Cyber Breach This is the first SEC enforcement action charging violations of the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule, the securities regulator

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  • Sec Fines Brokerdealer 1 Million In First Enforcement
    Sec Fines Brokerdealer 1 Million In First Enforcement

    The settlement represents the first SEC enforcement action brought under Regulation SID. On September 26, 2018, the SEC announced a settlement with Voya Financial Advisers, Inc., a registered investment advisor and brokerdealer, for violating Regulation SID, as well as Regulation SP. Together, Regulations SID and SP are designed to

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  • Sec Fines Voya Financial Advisors 1 Million For
    Sec Fines Voya Financial Advisors 1 Million For

    Voya Financial Advisors agreed to be censured and pay the 1 million penalty, but admitted no wrongdoing. It will, however, hire an independent consultant to review its procedures for compliance

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  • Cyber Enforcement Actions
    Cyber Enforcement Actions

    Action Name Description Date Filed SEC v. Ieremenko, et al. The Commission filed a district court action alleging that Ieremenko, working with others, hacked into the SEC39s EDGAR system and extracted test files containing nonpublic information about upcoming quarterly earnings announcement to use for illegal trading.

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  • Cyber Enforcement Actions
    Cyber Enforcement Actions

    Action Name Description Date Filed SEC v. Ieremenko, et al. The Commission filed a district court action alleging that Ieremenko, working with others, hacked into the SECs EDGAR system and extracted test files containing nonpublic information about upcoming quarterly earnings announcement to use for illegal trading.

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  • Enforcement Actions SEC
    Enforcement Actions SEC

    Federal Court Actions Litigation releases concerning civil lawsuits brought by the Commission in federal court. Administrative Proceedings Orders and related materials released by the Commission when administrative proceedings are instituted andor settled. ALJ Decisions Opinions issued by Administrative Law Judges in contested

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  • Sec Case Brings Rarely Used Cyber Rules Into Limelight
    Sec Case Brings Rarely Used Cyber Rules Into Limelight

    The SEC also alleged that Voya failed to substantively update its identity theft prevention program after implementing it in 2009, despite the rapidly changing nature of cybersecurity threats. The SEC has also rarely brought enforcement actions involving the Safeguards Rule.

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  • Sec Brings First Enforcement Action For Identity Theft Red
    Sec Brings First Enforcement Action For Identity Theft Red

    On September 26, in the Securities and Exchange Commissions SEC first enforcement action for violations of Regulation SID the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule, Voya Financial Advisors Inc. VFA, an SECregistered investment adviser and brokerdealer, has agreed to settle charges relating to failures in its cybersecurity policies and procedures concerning a cyber

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  • Voya Financial Login
    Voya Financial Login

    Single login. Many financial solutions. Enter username and password to access your secure Voya Financial account for retirement, insurance and investments.

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  • Sec Fines Voya Financial 31 Million For Failing To
    Sec Fines Voya Financial 31 Million For Failing To

    The Securities and Exchange Commission has censured and fined Voya Financial Advisors 3.1 million for failing to disclose payments from its clearing broker for selling clients funds from the

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  • UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Before the SECURITIES AND
    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Before the SECURITIES AND

    SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934 Release No. 84288 September 26, 2018 INVESTMENT ADVISERS ACT OF 1940 Release No. 5048 September 26, 2018 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDING File No. 318840 In the Matter of Voya Financial Advisors, Inc., Respondent. ORDER INSTITUTING ADMINISTRATIVE AND CEASEANDDESIST PROCEEDINGS

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  • Voya settles first US SEC case under identity theft rule
    Voya settles first US SEC case under identity theft rule

    Voya Financial Inc agreed to pay a 1 million fine to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charges over an April 2016 intrusion that compromised customer information, in the regulators

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  • Avoiding An Sec Whack After A Cyber Hack Bass Berry
    Avoiding An Sec Whack After A Cyber Hack Bass Berry

    Adding insult to injury, the Securities and Exchange Commission SEC fined Voya Financial Advisors Inc. VFA 1 million and ordered a comprehensive twoyear review by a compliance consultant, following a cyberattack on VFAs business. On September 26, 2018, in the firstever SEC enforcement action charging violations of the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule, VFA agreed

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  • Sec Fines Voya Financial 1 Million For Cybersecurity
    Sec Fines Voya Financial 1 Million For Cybersecurity

    The Securities and Exchange Commission has fined Voya Financial Advisors Inc 1 million to settle charges related to its alleged failures in cybersecurity policies and procedures surrounding a cyber intrusion that compromised personal information of thousands of customers. This is the first SEC enforcement action charging violations of the identity theft red flags SEC

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  • Sec Case Brings Rarely Used Cyber Rules Into Limelight
    Sec Case Brings Rarely Used Cyber Rules Into Limelight

    The Voya settlement represents the first SEC enforcement action involving the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule, Rule 201 of Regulation SID 17 C.F.R. 248.201,1 which requires certain financial

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  • Sec Hits Voya For Cyber Security Lapse With Rarely Invoked
    Sec Hits Voya For Cyber Security Lapse With Rarely Invoked

    SEC hits Voya for cyber security lapse with rarely invoked rules and so the SEC ends up using discretionary judgment in terms of do they want to bring an enforcement action or not, Mr

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  • Voya Settles First Us Sec Case Under Identity Theft Rule
    Voya Settles First Us Sec Case Under Identity Theft Rule

    Voya Financial Inc agreed to pay a 1 million fine to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charges over an April 2016 intrusion that compromised customer information, in the regulator39s

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  • Sec Cyber Briefing Enforcement Expectations For 2019
    Sec Cyber Briefing Enforcement Expectations For 2019

    During 2018, the SEC brought 20 standalone cases related to cybersecurity, and has 225 cyberrelated investigations that it deems ongoing. Thats according to the enforcement divisions 2018 Annual Report. In several cases, the enforcement actions were firstoftheirkind.

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  • Eversheds Sutherland Represents Voya Financial In 125
    Eversheds Sutherland Represents Voya Financial In 125

    Eversheds Sutherland is pleased to announce that it, along with Willkie Farr amp Gallagher, represented client Voya Financial Inc. in entering into a definitive agreement to sell its individual life and other legacy nonretirement annuities businesses to Resolution Life Group Holdings total value of the transaction is approximately 1.25 billion.

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  • Sec Charges Firm With Deficient Cybersecurity
    Sec Charges Firm With Deficient Cybersecurity

    The SEC charged Voya Financial Advisors Inc. VFA with violating the Safeguards Rule and the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule, which are designed to protect confidential customer information and protect customers from the risk of identity theft. This is the first SEC enforcement action charging violations of the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule.

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  • The SEC Dusts Off a NeverUsed Cyber Enforcement Tool
    The SEC Dusts Off a NeverUsed Cyber Enforcement Tool

    And in April, the S.E.C. pursued its firstever cybersecurity enforcement action against Yahoo after the company failed to disclose for more than two years that hackers had made off with the

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  • Voya Advisers Agree to Repay Clients and Settle
    Voya Advisers Agree to Repay Clients and Settle

    These funds and those investing in them werent told that they were losing income so that the Voya advisers could provide a tax benefit to their affiliates. Now money will be heading back to the funds to help investors, said Anthony S. Kelly, CoChief of the SEC Enforcement Divisions Asset Management Unit.

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