Don’t be the Weakest Link! Protect Benefit Plans from Risk of Cybersecurity Attacks
Please join us for the first meeting of the 2018-2019 program year!
Cybersecurity is top of mind for financial institutions and major retailers, but the benefit plan community should be prepared to mitigate the risks, too. Benefit plans contain a treasure trove of sensitive data, and are targets for phishing, ransomware and other threats. What are the legal rules that benefit plan sponsors and advisors must follow? What resources exist to help identify and mitigate risks?
Get answers to these and other top questions from Beth Nedrow, an attorney who counsels employers and other benefits industry players throughout the Intermountain West on how to comply with the fiduciary and practical duties of protecting benefit plan data from cyber attack.
About Our Presenter
Beth Nedrow - Partner, Holland & Hart LLC
Beth regularly counsels employers on tax and ERISA matters, including fiduciary compliance and equity and other incentive arrangements.
She guides clients through complex audits, investigations and corrections. Beth helps companies address benefits issues that arise in mergers and acquisitions, including ESOP transactions.
Beth currently serves as Administrative Partner of the firm’s Billings, Montana office.
This program is designed to qualify for Continuing Professional Education and ASPPA continuing education.
Please feel free to reach out to WP&BC with any questions.
Direct Questions To:
Kristen SanchezChapter Administratorinfo@wpbcdenver.org
PO Box #13
Parker, CO 80134