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Employee benefit plans possess sensitive data. As cyberattacks constantly change, cybersecurity preparedness and risk mitigation strategies should be top of mind for benefit plans. The resources below can help plan sponsors protect their organizations, plans and participants.


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Accounting and Auditing Institute for Employee Benefit Plans

Attend The Accounting and Auditing Institute for Employee Benefit Plans to stay up to date on the latest in reporting and disclosure requirements and best practices in your profession. This is the premier conference for those who audit employee benefit plans. The program offers focused learning on the technical topics of greatest concern to the accounting and auditing profession. Learn best practices, interact with other professionals who face similar issues and fulfill your need for continuing professional education.

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Benefit Communication and Technology Institute

The Benefit Communication and Technology Institute will bring you up to speed on the latest requirements, current trends and best practices for communicating your plans. Driven by ever-changing technological enhancements, social media, and new benefits legislation and regulations, this institute will give you the tools you need to evaluate your existing communications program. Take away practical ideas to ensure your plans are meeting their objectives and your employees are engaged in their benefit offerings.

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Workplace Emergency Preparedness: 2020 Survey Report

Within the past five years, 80% of businesses in the United States experienced one or more unexpected events that caused a significant disruption in "business as usual." The unexpected disruptions come in many forms, such as natural disasters, cyberattacks or workplace violence. Over the last five years, winter storms/extreme cold (38%), loss of power due to blackouts or brownouts (34%), and loss of internet/phone service (31%) were the most frequently cited reasons for interruptions.

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