Cyber & financial crime in pensions: protecting your cyber footprint
23 May 2019 - Glasgow & 6 June 2019 - London - 10:00
Pension schemes hold vast amounts of personal data and are therefore hot targets for fraudsters and cyber criminals. But only 32% of trustees have a 24 hour cyber security response plan in place. At an individual level, the risk is very real – the average victim to pension fraud lost £91,000 each in 2017. Trustees have a moral duty to protect their members from these significant risks.
With the FCA reporting a continued rise in cybercrime and financial crime, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) now requires Trustees to build cyber resilience into their risk register. But this simply isn’t enough. Pension governance bodies must really understand the issues involved in protecting their scheme, organisation and members against cyber and financial crime as well as scams.
Join us in Glasgow or London as we, in Partnership with PA Consulting, help you increase your scheme’s resilience to cyber risk and financial crime. Our experts will provide you with:
An understanding of the full range of cyber and financial crime risks your scheme and members are exposed to
Insight into the Regulator’s expectations around cyber security, presented by David Fairs of TPR
Practical tips on how to create and test a robust incident response plan
Please register for your preferred location below:
Who should attend
Representatives of DB, DC and public sector schemes. The seminar will contribute towards trustee knowledge and understanding.
23 May 2019, Glasgow
6 June 2019, London
- 10:00 Registration
- 10:30 Seminar begins
- 11:30 Lunch and networking
Glasgow: Hymans Robertson's office, 20 Waterloo Street, Glasgow, G2 6DB
London: PA Consulting office, 10 Bressenden Place, Westminster, London, SW1E 5DN