7 cybersecurity questions to help protect your clients’ data
To protect confidential information in these times of frequent cyberattacks, companies are investing more time and resources into making sure they…
By Dennis Healy|July 27, 2018 at 08:01 AM
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To protect confidential information in these times of frequent cyberattacks, companies are investing more time and resources into making sure they have cybersecurity plans in place. You
can help protect your clients by ensuring their benefits providers have measures in place to protect information.
Some believe that limiting the number of providers companies work with is the answer, but that doesn’t address the actual issue. One provider with less-than-stellar security measures can put a company in much greater danger than three providers with industry-leading cybersecurity measures in place.
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