BOSTON -- How do advisors know if their secure databases have been hacked? That’s easy.

“There are two kinds of firms out there. Those who have been hacked and those that just don’t know it yet,” said Greg Ruppert, a former FBI agent who's now vice president at Schwab’s Financial Crimes Investigations unit, speaking at the firm’s annual Impact conference.

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