Industry sceptical of impact of PASA cybercrime network

72% of Buzz respondents say network’s introduction will not deter scammers

Martin Richmond
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Industry sceptical of impact of PASA cybercrime network

A majority of the industry believes the cybercrime and fraud sharing network launched by the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) will not be enough to protect members from scams, a Professional Pensions poll has found.

Results from last week's Pensions Buzz survey revealed 72% of respondents said the network, which was announced by PASA at its annual conference earlier this month, would be insufficient to combat ...

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