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401(k) Plans and the Cyber Security Threat: What should a plan fiduciary worry about and do?

401(k) Plans and the Cyber Security Threat: What should a plan fiduciary worry about and do?

A financial account is most susceptible to social engineering fraud and cyber security threats when personal information is provided for an investment or a corporate benefit package. There are steps corporations and employees can take to protect themselves and their investments.

Sterling Seacrest Partners recently partnered with Cobb County law firm Taylor English to host a continuing education seminar on “401(k) Plans and the Cyber Security Threat.”

Sterling Seacrest Partners’ John Miller and Taylor English’s Travis DeHaven presented how fiduciaries can protect their clients from cyber security threats and the steps that must be taken to prevent social engineering fraud.

Click here to view the presentation – https://www.taylorenglish.com/assets/htmldocuments/401k%20Presentation.pdf