Security experts say the sophistication level of hackers and scam artists grows daily.
Now, for instance, when those phishing expedition emails arrive appearing to bear the return address of a client, and asking an advisor to click on a link, the fraudster may have the technology to return what looks like authentication if the advisor does reply to authenticate.
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