PP Live: PASA warns of ever-changing cybercrime threat

“Not a matter of if, but when” for schemes to be targeted by cyber criminals

Martin Richmond
clock • 1 min read
Jim Gee: "schemes need to wary of the constantly evolving nature of cybercrime"
Image:

Jim Gee: "schemes need to wary of the constantly evolving nature of cybercrime"

Pension schemes need to be prepared against the rapidly evolving and continuous threat cybercrime poses, the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) has warned.

Speaking at Professional Pensions Live yesterday (17 May), PASA cybercrime and fraud working party chair Jim Gee warned that the threat posed by cybercrime to schemes is continuously changing, maki...

To continue reading this article...

Join Professional Pensions

  • Unlimited access to real-time news, analysis and opinion from the industry
  • Receive our in-depth monthly magazine in either print or digital format
  • Access our Sustainable Investment Hub covering news and opinion from thought leaders in the ESG space
  • Receive important and breaking news stories selected by the Editors in our daily newsletter
  • Hear from industry experts and other forward-thinking leaders
  • Receive a monthly members-only newsletter with exclusive opinion pieces from leading industry experts and a feature from the magazine in advance of its release date

Join now

 

Already a Professional Pensions member?

Login

More on Law and Regulation

Judicial review begins into decision to replace RPI

Judicial review begins into decision to replace RPI

The hearing could have significant ramifications for schemes if successful

Jonathan Stapleton
clock 21 June 2022 • 2 min read
GMB takes Bolt to tribunal in employment and pension fight

GMB takes Bolt to tribunal in employment and pension fight

Legal action launched over denial of employment and pension benefits

Martin Richmond
clock 16 June 2022 • 1 min read
Steve Webb: Progress made but more yet to be done

Steve Webb: How far have we come on pensions policy?

Former minister says Guy Opperman’s five years in office have seen progress in a number of key areas

Steve Webb
clock 10 June 2022 • 5 min read
Trustpilot