Category: Cyber Liability Insurance

If Your Company Handles Cryptocurrency, Here’s What You Need To Know About Cyber Security

Hackers are getting smarter every day and the methods they use to target your assets are changing. No longer do you only have to worry about credit card information being stolen, hackers are after cryptocurrency too. A blockchain start-up just raised $4 billion without a live product With blockchain investments rising, it's clear blockchain isn't going anywhere. Do you have a clear plan in place... Read Article

How to Keep Your Office Safe From Cyber Crime

Cyber crime is criminal activity carried out on the internet. It can be a crime such as hacking, spamming, or phishing in which a specific device is the object of the crime, or a crime in which a device is used as a tool to commit an offense. Common cyber crimes include identity theft, unauthorized computer access, online theft of bank information, and online predatory... Read Article

If This Is Your Mentality About Possible Cyber Attacks, Think Again…

“I don’t think I have anything cyber attackers want to steal.” If you think like this, you're not alone, but you also need to think again. Many organizations think they are not at risk for cyber attacks. Financially motivated attackers, however, may look at your assets much differently than you do, seeing value in anything from contact lists to business plans, from blueprints to passwords.... Read Article

Steps to Take if a Data Breach Occurs

Companies of any size are vulnerable to a cyber-attack. A data breach is one of the worst things that can happen to your business. However, failing to respond promptly or mismanaging communications can do serious damage to your reputation – and to your bottom line. Thorough preparation for a breach can help reduce your risks. If a data breach does occur, take these steps within... Read Article

A Scenario That All Software Developers Can Learn From

Client: Software Developer Scenario: A software company manufactures and distributes workforce management software that allows third parties to track employee hours, overtime, vacation time, etc. and then compiles that information for payroll processing. The software company enters into an agreement to provide the software to a customer, including implementation, installation, customization, training and support services. Problem: Six months after installation, the customer isn’t happy with... Read Article


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