Just as your fraternal organization faces cyber liability risks, so do your members.
In fact, the Senate passed the Fraud and Scam Reduction Act in 2021 to create an advisory group to educate consumers about scams, improve industry fraud-prevention training, develop better ways to stop scams before they happen and expand fraud prevention research.
And certain citizens may be impacted more than others. According to The Special Committee on Aging, the total impact of scams and other financial abuses that affect older adults is largely underreported but studies estimate the costs to be in the billions.
To protect your senior members, it’s important to understand your cyber liability risks and know how to protect against them.
Common cyber risks your members may face