Cybercriminals love to exploit crisis. While our attention, both at home and at work, is focused elsewhere (e.g., COVID-19 and the economy), hackers take advantage of the new software we are using (Zoom), highly-profitable impersonation scams (allowing cybercriminals to hijack email and account credentials) and our general sense of panic and confusion. Taking smart steps to protect your data, both personally and professionally, is critical in times of crisis. This webinar with cybersecurity author and expert John Sileo will give you concrete tools – at home, in your remote office, and at your organization – to protect what is rightfully yours, now and in the new normal.

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LSTA Newsletter: October 30, 2020

This week in review Meredith Coffey reviews CLO LIBOR risks and recommendations, Elliot Ganz announces that there are new rules for guidance (including Leveraged Lending…

CLO & LIBOR Risks and Recommendations

CLO practitioners are buckling down to do the hard work of LIBOR transition. First, managers are beginning to remediate their portfolios. Second, rating agencies are…