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Advisors' account security may leave your money vulnerable

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September 16, 2016
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The more places your information is stored and the more people have access to it, the more potential points of attack there are, said Vectra CEO Hitesh Sheth. Encrypted databases don't mean much if your financial advisor takes work home on an unencrypted thumb drive or an office assistant falls for a phishing email.

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