Participant Data and Fiduciary Responsibility in the Information/Innovation Age

Confero Summer 2015

Michelle Capezza, Member of the Firm in the Employee Benefits and Health Care and Life Sciences practices, in the firm’s New York office, authored an article in Confero magazine titled “Participant Data and Fiduciary Responsibility in the Information/Innovation Age.”

Following is an excerpt (see below for a PDF of the full article, which appears on page 8):

With recent advancements in plan administration technology, online enrollment and electronic access to account information, as well as benefit plan transaction processing, personally identifiable information (“PII”) and data has become increasingly more vulnerable to attack as it travels through employer and third party systems.

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