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Jun 14, 2010


Michael Koontz

I am very concerned about the action taken with Julie Preuitt. If you say that the way she addressed the situation was inappropriate, then I would like to known what exactly was inappropriate. With many life savings lost, it seems that careful and thorough examinations would seem appropriate. My opinion is that Julie should be the one running the program!


It seems the security management in the SEC is either not directly reporting to the organization's executives or are powerless in their enforcement and policy responsibilities. This is the appearance of administrative, operational, and governance types of security absent from the SEC. This absence is not the failure of security leadership, or even IG. This is the failure of the executive leadership to take such security seriously.

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