At the beginning of the pandemic, many organizations set up their employees to work from home as a response to stay-at-home orders or as a health precaution. Now many are realizing that remote work is, well, working. Being in a crisis mode created its own energy and pushed things forward. By now, most organizations have … Continue reading Is It Time to Update Your Organizations Remote Worker Policy?
In this day and age, organizations rely on computers, networks, and electronic data to complete essential tasks. With most companies implementing work-from-home guidelines due to the coronavirus pandemic, office staff are dependent on technology like never before. For organizations unfamiliar to the challenges of having staff work-from-home, there are dangerous cyber risks at play, such … Continue reading Why Covid-19 Should Have You Rethinking Cyber Liability Insurance
With the Senate back in session last week, Democratic lawmakers revealed new legislation aimed at drastically expanding the federal government’s resources dedicated to the targeting and prosecution of child predators, developing new technologies to identify child sexual abuse material online, and funding leading community organizations that work to prevent children from becoming victims. In a … Continue reading Senate Lawmakers Seek $5 Billion to Track Down Child Predators Without Compromising Encryption
Yet another cyber-security breach. This time, effecting Adobe Systems, Inc. and 38 million customers! http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/adobe-hacker-attack-much-bigger-previously-disclosed-8C11493155#! It just reminds all of us on how delicate our infrastructure really is. If this were to happen to your organization, would you know what to do? Would you be prepared? Would your insurance policy cover losses incurred because of … Continue reading Cyber Liability Insurance for Your Non-Profit / For-Profit Business