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The Cyber-security Interpretive Notice, issued by the National Futures Association (“NFA”) and approved by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, becomes effective March 1, 2016. The Notice requires all Members of NFA (futures commission merchants, swap dealers, major swap participants, introducing IFA FXs, forex dealer members, commodity pool operators and commodity trading advisers) to have in place practices that are reasonably designed to diligently supervise the risks of unauthorized access to or attack of their information technology systems, and to respond appropriately should unauthorized access or attack occur. Even though IFA FX is not a member of the NFA, and do not accept US clients and clients in jurisdictions where their local laws do not allow working with international dealers in securities, IFA FX shall do its best efforts to comply with such terms.