Protect Employee Benefit Plan Information from Cybercriminals
Social Security numbers.
Medical data. Financial information. The volume of personal information kept inside
employee benefit plans is huge, and that is why these plans make such ripe
targets for cybercriminals. It falls to employee benefit plan sponsors to make
sure the bad guys are kept out. In a preview of “Cybersecurity for Benefit Plan
Sponsors and Auditors,” her column from the summer 2019 Pennsylvania CPA
Journal, JulieAnn C. Verrekia, director of quality control for Torrillo
& Associates LLP in Glen Mills, discusses techniques hackers use to get
employee benefit plan information, resources for plan sponsors looking to
strengthen their security, and why auditors of employee benefit plans have to
stand ready to ward off would-be infiltrators.
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