The requirements for data security and business resiliency are more critical than ever before. So much so that for the first time, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has issued cybersecurity guidance for retirement plan sponsors, fiduciaries, recordkeepers and plan participants.

To help safeguard businesses and retirement plan participants, you’ll want to consider a data security program that offers:

  • Frontline cyber and fraud protection
  • Authentication and authorization controls
  • Deep network visibility, segregation and segmentation
  • Advanced intelligent security event and behavior analysis monitoring
  • Extended confidential data leakage and intellectual property protection
  • Multi-level network and end-point intrusion prevention, detection and remediation capabilities
  • Next generation anti-malware and threat protection
  • Continuous application security testing and vulnerability management services

Fraud prevention

Fraud attacks have become increasingly sophisticated and increasingly widespread. With a dedicated fraud prevention program, ever-evolving anti-fraud practices and cutting-edge technology, you can help protect retirement funds and personal information. Look for providers that offer:

  • A detailed, holistic view of transactional behaviors
  • Proactive and systematic response to fraudulent activities
  • Deep understanding of fraud indicators and concealment strategies
  • Organization-wide Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance
  • Support for audit activities

How ADP can help protect retirement data

ADP has always been focused on protecting the data of our clients and their employees. We deliver advanced services and technology for data security, privacy, fraud and crisis management. We also have key alliances with industry professionals, organizations and law enforcement to ensure we stay ahead of emerging threats.