SEC exam teams are going to delve more deeply into cybersecurity at investment companies, an agency official said Monday.

Examiners will focus on how advisors test their cybersecurity measures and the policies that are changed as a result, said Mavis Kelly, assistant director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations.

Initial cybersecurity exams of roughly 50 advisors and 50 broker-dealers has been disappointing in terms of the testing and verification of protective measures, Kelly said during an enforcement seminar at the Insured Retirement Institute’s Government Legal & Regulatory Conference in Washington D.C.