On Cybersecurity, Clients Have a Lot to Learn
Your clients are getting the message that they need secure passwords and that public Wi-Fi isn’t necessarily safe, but that's about all they know.
Another Casualty of Bad Retirement Planning: Worker Productivity
EBRI’s latest retirement survey found that lack of planning comes with more stress and less productivity.
Putnam Boosts Its Small-Cap Equity Team
The small-cap market, being relatively inefficient, is an area where "you can really deliver" with the right investment, CIO Aaron Cooper says.
Federal Agencies Improving Cyber Defense: Report
The White House recently issued its annual cybersecurity progress report, finding that while progress has been made, a "significant amount of work remains.”
Consumers Can Now Trade Gold on a Distributed Ledger
Symbiont, a distributed ledger provider, has partnered with Orebits Corp. to offer digitized shares of unrefined gold.
Cerulli Looks to Large DC Plans for Evolving Trends
Cerulli identified two trends taking shape in large defined contribution plans that it believes will trickle down to smaller plans.
Hacked? Proposed Bill Would Allow Firms to Hack Back
A proposed bill would allow a victim of a cyberattack to access the attacker’s computer in order to gather information about the attack.
Autonomous Research Launches New Products: Tech Roundup
Fintech analysis firm Autonomous Research announced on Thursday that it has launched a set of analytical products with insights into various fintech trends.
Why the Bitcoin Blockchain Won’t Transform Financial Services
Public distributed ledgers like the blockchain supporting bitcoin have drawbacks that make them unsuitable for financial firms’ needs, according to Corporate Insight.
2 Tax Credits Retirement Savers Probably Don’t Know About
Advisors who serve younger clients especially should make sure they know about these.