Keep Your Plan Safe From Cyberattacks
You work hard for your money and wisely choose to defer a portion of your salary for your retirement years. Your retirement plan is designed to help you grow your savings to an appropriate amount to support you in your retirement years.
As you are aware, the plan is only as effective as you make it. If you defer too little or make unwise investment decisions there is a chance that you will not reach your goals. Similarly, if you drain your plan balance over the years, you understand you will find a shortfall in retirement. What many participants do not think about is being responsible for the security of their savings as well.
Cyber fraud has been a growing concern globally for years. Individuals are typically very careful to keep their security measures (passwords, authentication codes, etc.) private with regards to their banking and email accounts. However, in the past few years there have been breaches of major companies containing individuals’ personal information. Unfortunately, much of that personal information has become accessible by bad actors on the dark web.
This report is intended to be used for educational purposes only and does not constitute a solicitation to purchase any security or advisory services. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. An investment in any security involves significant risks and any investment may lose value. Refer to all risk disclosures related to each security product carefully before investing. Securities offered through Pension Professionals. Roland Gagne is a registered representative of Pension Professionals. Roland Gagne and Pension Professionals are not affiliated with RPAG.
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