Financial Planning magazine and Eric Kies on cyber security and what The Planning Center is doing to keep you safe.
Clients’ financial information is a valuable commodity that is vulnerable to cyber thieves, and the sheer number of threats makes it possible that an advisory firm could come under attack.
Such incidents can damage an advisory firm’s reputation, as well as its relationships with clients, and possibly lead to expensive litigation. Moreover, the financial damage may be considerable.
Eric Kies, partner and Chief Compliance Officer at The Planning Center recently spoke with Financial Planning magazine, about the threat of cyber crimes and what The Planning Center is doing to keep your money and information safe.
Read the entire article here: How to Keep Client Data Safe from Hackers
Eric Kies, CFP®, is a Sr. Financial Planner in the Quad Cities office of The Planning Center, a fee-only financial planning and wealth management firm.
Email him at: email@example.com.