Cybersecurity: Protect your TIAA Retirement Savings Plan

The cybersecurity threat landscape is quickly evolving. Every day cyber criminals find new ways to access systems and devices. Leverage these tips to help protect your TIAA retirement savings plan.

Use a strong password

One of the easiest methods of cyber-attacks is by compromising passwords. Make passwords both strong and long with a combination of letters, numbers, special characters, and capitalization.

Use multi-factor authentication

Turn on multi-factor authentication to add an additional layer of security. Once logged into TIAA, click on your initials in the top right-hand side of the page and then click “Security Preferences.”

Stay on top of security software updates

Vulnerabilities are easily comprised through outdated software. Keep your personal devices, like phones and tablets, up to date with the latest software updates.

At TIAA, customer data security is a top priority and they combine technology, people and processes to protect their customers and their personal information. TIAA complies with both state and federal regulations and industry guidelines.

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For more information, contact Blythe Josovitz, Benefits Manager / 203-254-4000 x.2995 /