Can a cyber breach cause an ERISA fiduciary to be in breach of its duties?
The answer may be yes. In light of increasing cyber risk, escalating regulatory scrutiny, and the absence of significant judicial opinions or guidance from the Department of Labor, fiduciaries need to fully understand the growing risks and responsibilities when it comes to cybersecurity—and what to do about them.
Presented on September 11, 2018, this webcast discusses the rapidly evolving privacy and data security landscape, the potential fiduciary responsibility for securing employee data, and the steps that companies can take to mitigate their risk.
Michael Bahar, Partner, Co-lead Eversheds Sutherland Global Cybersecurity and Privacy practice
Allison E. Wielobob, Counsel, Employee Benefits, Eversheds Sutherland
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