08 April 2021

Cyber crime is a rapidly developing phenomenon, and is fast making its way to the top of the agenda in the pensions industry. As David Fairs of the Pension Regulator commented: it is no longer a case of 'if' a cyber attack occurs, but 'when'. For trustees and sponsoring employers, preparation will therefore be key.

This webinar was delivered by Lucy Stone, Policy Lead at the Pensions Regulator, Jim Gee, National Head of Forensic Services at Crowe UK, Crispin Freeman, Senior Associate in Burges Salmon’s Pensions team and Marcus Clayden, Senior Associate in Burges Salmon’s Tech and Data team.

The following questions were addressed during the session:

  1. Why is it important for trustees and sponsoring employers to take cyber security seriously?
  2. What steps should organisations be taking now to safe-guard themselves against the impact of a cyber security attack?
  3. What should organisations do in the event that a cyber security incident takes place? And what should they do in the aftermath?

We hope you will find this conversation useful and if you have any questions on topics covered in this session, please do get in touch.

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