SAN DIEGO - Hackers are creating new strategies to separate you, and your clients, from your money, but there are steps you can take to guard against these attacks, according to Bill Winterberg, a CFP and technology consultant.

“You need to be educated that there are individuals out there that are going after very vulnerable targets,” Winterberg told a roomful of advisors at the TD Ameritrade National Conference Wednesday. “If I’m an attacker, I’m going to devise some mechanism to trick you to divulge information.”

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