As we live life online, cybersecurity is a growing risk. As headlines and lawsuits have shown, retirement plan accounts and providers are not immune to cyber theft and fraud. Strong defenses must be in place for the best interest of the plan and its participants.

Join PLANSPONSOR and a panel of experts for a discussion about:
Plan sponsor fiduciary responsibilities related to retirement plan cybersecurity;
The most up-to-date actions plan sponsors and participants can take to keep plan accounts and information secure; and
How plan sponsors should be prepared in case cyber theft or fraud happens in their plans.
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    Rebecca Moore
    Managing Editor-Digital, PLANSPONSOR
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    Alison Salka
    Vice President and Director of Research at LIMRA
    Alison Salka joined LL Global in 2012 and is responsible for determining and implementing the strategy and direction of its global research program. She oversees a team of more than 80 researchers and other staff professionals in the research division who conduct consumer research, benchmark studies, and white papers focused on helping member companies better understand industry issues and trends. She is also the director of the Secure Retirement Institute.

    Salka previously led the retirement research and competitive intelligence team at Prudential, and was also a director of retirement research and business analytics at MassMutual. She has earned a Master’s degree and holds a doctorate.
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    Ken Ginder
    Partner at Verrill
    Ken Ginder, Partner at Verrill, focuses his legal practice in all areas of employee benefits, including retirement plans, welfare plans, fringe benefits, and executive compensation. He regularly counsels clients on fiduciary obligations under ERISA, and on income and employment tax issues associated with all areas of employee benefits. Ken also serves as President of the Maine Employee Benefits Council and was named the Best Lawyers® 2021 Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law "Lawyer of the Year" in Portland, Maine.