As a director or officer at your company, you face litigation risks based on the decisions you make following a breach and on how you influence cybersecurity policies, as these are often considered board-level issues.
In addition to ransom payments, ransomware attacks on manufacturing can also be extremely costly in terms of response and business interruption costs.
It is critical for businesses like yours to stay cyber-secure to safeguard company data, protect customers’ personal information and ensure employee privacy. INSURICA wants to help you with several ways you can be proactive and contribute to organizational cybersecurity:
Normalizing or justifying data breaches can have serious consequences for an organization's customers, bottom line, and reputation. This article discusses the repercussions of data breach fatigue on organizations and the steps organizations can take to ensure they don’t become complacent about cybersecurity needs.
Cyberbullying is an emerging risk and our partners at the Hanover have created a protection plan for families facing the risk of cyberbullying.
Healthcare facilities are particular targets for cyber attack because of the extent of data stored and the amount of access provided to external networks.
All it takes is for an employee to click on a link in an email or open a document for the malware to begin and spread on their computer.
Looking for ways to supplement your company’s 401(k) retirement plan? Want to reward employees who helped build your business? Looking for ways to facilitate succession planning?
Employers who self-fund or level fund their health coverage benefits can lower their costs by working with third-party contractors to manage aspects of their plan using a practice called carve-outs.
To help slow the spread of COVID-19 and safeguard your staff, consider the strategies highlighted in this Construction Risk Insights.