Pensions Law Summary - Cyber Security

In this summary, we discuss the increasing threat of cybercrime and consider trustee responsibilities to ensure cyber security and build cyber resilience

28 July 2021

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Cybercrime is a very real threat for pension schemes and the majority of schemes are not adequately prepared. In this summary, we look at the practical steps that can be taken to secure schemes including putting in place risk assessments and preparing incident response plans.

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