Encrypt sensitive information, planners are routinely warned by security experts. Many states even require it. But there’s also confusion out there among advisors about the nuts and bolts of encryption.

“Planners would love to get specific guidance,” says advisor and technology consultant Bill Winterberg, but he suspects that many are frustrated. As a result, he says, “I would boldly guess that the majority of advisors are not using encryption properly.”

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