Cybersecurity 411: From Being Compliant to Protecting Retirement Plans

Event Detail
  • October 12 and 26
  • Location
  • Webinar Series
  • Hosting, Speaking
Tech worker on laptop at desk
  • David Anderson
  • Principal

Technology is evolving, and cybersecurity threats are keeping pace. Join us for two complimentary webinars in October — cybersecurity month — and learn ways to help keep your organization compliant and your assets safer.

October 12 - Does Your Cybersecurity Stack Up Against Today’s Cyber Criminals? (Recording)

Recording: Does Your Cybersecurity Stack Up Against Today’s Cyber Criminals?

As the workforce shifted to remote locations during the pandemic, cybercrime exploded. Attacks are escalating at a record rate, and cyber criminals are targeting organizations of all sizes and industries.

Bipartisan cybersecurity bills are making their way through legislatures as agencies require strong security controls for government contracts. The cost of cybersecurity insurance is increasing. And organizations struggle to define and implement sound policies to safeguard their business.

Register for our webinar to learn steps your organization can take to help create an effective cybersecurity plan.

At the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Explain current cyber threats, including ransomware, data exfiltration, and other attacks
  • Discuss business ramifications of a data breach
  • Identify the increasing costs of maintaining good cybersecurity
  • Explain how current legislation may affect your cybersecurity requirements
  • Describe how Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) can enhance business success


October 26 - Cybersecurity and Your Employee Benefit Plan (Recording)

Recording: Cybersecurity and Your Employee Benefit Plan
Presentation Slides:
Cybersecurity and Your Employee Benefit Plan

Protecting an employee’s retirement plan assets from potential security threats and attacks is a critical issue. It is pivotal for leadership to understand where their organization stands in terms of protection, potential vulnerabilities, and how to respond to an incident in the event of an attack.

This session will discuss the types of threats facing today’s retirement plans, methods of protection from cyber-attacks, and the ERISA Advisory Council’s Report on Cybersecurity Issues in Benefit Plans.

At the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Describe the latest cyber threat developments
  • Identify where organizations can focus valuable risk mitigation resources
  • Identify how to develop and refine a framework of knowledge to plan future security efforts and response strategies



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