WASHINGTON -- With the tally of high-profile data breaches seemingly growing by the day, some RIA compliance experts suggest that advisors should think in terms of how they will respond not if their practice gets hacked, but when.

Cyber attacks and data breaches come in many forms, ranging from sophisticated attacks perpetrated by highly skilled hackers to lost laptops that contain sensitive company information.

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