TPAs: Is your client data safe?
How TPAs can put clients at ease and protect their reputation from a potential data breach
TPAs provide a variety of services to various industries, including insurance and financial services, in accordance with a service agreement. TPAs are usually utilized to process transactions related to employee benefits, such as the administration of claims and retirement plans.
With the prevalence of cyber attacks, this whitepaper from Blue & Co. is intended to help TPAs think about controls they can put in place to ease their client’s minds, prevent client data loss, and avert potential reputational damage at the hands of cybercriminals.
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