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COVID-19 and the New Cyber Challenges

Published on May 12, 2020 By Scott Stuart

The CIOVID-19 pandemic has affected the way we do business in a very significant way.  Many businesses are requiring people to work remotely.  Employers are finding that having employees work remotely may be the new normal. COVID-19 has forced us to become more dependent on the internet, as desperate measures, like social distancing, disrupt economic […]

Cyber Risk Update

Published on August 21, 2017 By Scott Stuart

Over the last several years, cyber liability coverage has evolved from just insurance for information      technology companies to coverage that nearly every class of business should have if they don’t already. From retailers, banks, contractors, distributors, restaurants and medical offices, many businesses are unaware of the great security technology exposure they face. Recent state laws […]

Cyber Liability; Exploring Your Risk

Published on February 27, 2015 By Scott Stuart

According to the FBI, cybercrime is now ranked as the number one law enforcement concern. Anthem Health recently had a data breach and lost 80 million records of current and former customers. Sony Pictures was recently hacked and it caused them to cancel a movie release. Churches are at risk too. Welcome To The Next […]