Articles | November 19, 2019

Social Engineering Fraud (SEF): Is Your Plan at Risk?

Has your plan experienced financial losses related to social engineering fraud? When cybercriminals assume the identity of a trusted individual in order to deceive people into providing confidential, personal information or property, your plan is at risk.

Listen to Diane McNally and Candice Germain discuss:

  • What SEF is and what it means for your plan
  • How real-world SEF examples can help manage your plan’s risk
  • What your plan can do about SEF today 

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