Protecting reputation, wealth and business in a digital world

For the world's leading families and their businesses, cybercrime is a multi-dimensional hazard. It can imperil personal safety, financial andintellectual capital, as well as the reputation and financial health of the family office.

Adding to the risk, family offices are ideal targets for cybercrime. Employees often have access to details on principals and their finances, along with a host of related confidential information that is irresistible to fraudsters and hackers. That is why employees, not just the principals, can be targets for hackers.

There are simple—but impactful—steps you can take personally and in the family office to increase cybersecurity. In the right circumstances, even a single phone call can thwart cybercrime. “The more you can complicate or slow down a cyber criminal’s access to sensitive information, the lower your risk of becoming a victim,” says Gary Sorrentino, Chief Security Officer for J.P. Morgan Asset and Wealth Management.

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This document is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended, nor should it be relied upon, to address every aspect of the subject discussed herein. The information provided in this document is intended to help clients protect themselves from cyber fraud. It does not provide a comprehensive listing of all types of cyber fraud activities and it does not identify all types of cybersecurity best practices. You, your company or organization is responsible for determining how to best protect itself against cyber fraud activities and for selecting the cybersecurity best practices that are most appropriate to your needs. Any reproduction, retransmission, dissemination or other unauthorized use of this document or the information contained herein by any person or entity is strictly prohibited.