The Securities and Exchange Commission agreed Thursday to propose a rule that would require self-regulatory agencies, including the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, and other entities to meet new technology standards that would better insulate the financial markets from technological disruptions or failures.

The four SEC commissioners voted unanimously to move forward with the proposed rule, called Regulation SCI, an acronym for systems, compliance and integrity.

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