Benefits pros: Avoid becoming collateral damage in a cyberattack
A cyberattack directed at one of your benefit services providers could have repercussions for you.
By Mike Goode|June 26, 2018 at 07:55 AM
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To readers aware of the ongoing, intense media focus on cyberattacks, it should come as no surprise that multiple studies show that the frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks is increasing, rising dramatically in 2017.
As a benefits professional, it may seem as though you’re safely behind the ‘front lines’ of the cyber conflict zone. It may surprise you to learn that your actions – or inactions – could result in your company and its employees becoming ‘collateral damage’ in a cyberattack directed at one of your benefit services providers.
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