Burrmont Compliance Labs LLC announced The Fiduciary Responsibility eSource’s searchable database now includes a discussion of privacy and security issues.
With privacy and security breaches on the rise and ever more invasive, this is a topic that plan fiduciaries can only avoid at their peril, says ERISApedia.com. This enhancement includes a privacy and data securities issues checklist authored by Andrew C. Liazos and Ann Killilea of the Boston office of McDermott Will & Emery.
The Fiduciary Responsibility eSource is written by nationally recognized Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and former Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Labor Department attorney Charles Humphrey. “This enhancement is consistent with my objective of providing advisers and plan sponsors with easy-to-read, practical guidance and tools for them to do their jobs,” Humphrey states.
In addition to The Fiduciary Responsibility eSource, ERISApedia.com offers extensive government and other source material and The Qualified Plan eSource—a complete treatise for ERISA professionals working with defined contribution plans, written by Timothy McCutcheon, the publisher of ERISApedia.com
ERISApedia.com provides retirement plan sponsors, administrators, attorneys and advisers with access to compliance information and retirement industry materials. With a platform that combines search tools and a user-friendly interface, the website answers frequently asked questions from retirement plan sponsors and service providers.
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