Insureon Blog

Small Business Faces $3,000 Fine for Data Breach

17. July 2014 08:38
States are cracking down on data breach reporting laws. Do you know your obligations? Find out how to keep your small business on the right side of the law. [More]

Data Security: When Malware Training Could Save You Thousands

16. July 2014 08:23
Brazil’s financial institutions are being ripped off by a fraud ring that uses a type of malware dubbed “Bolware.” Learn how to prevent cyber attacks. [More]

Ohio’s Proposed Change Could Make Out-of-State Workers’ Comp Easier to Find

15. July 2014 08:19
Ohio is making it easier for employers to provide Workers’ Compensation Insurance to their out-of-state workers. Learn how this affects your business. [More]

Reminder: Communicating with Customers Can Prevent Professional Liability Lawsuits

14. July 2014 08:34
Did Facebook have the legal right to use its users’ data for “research”? Find out why detailed User Agreements can help you avoid lawsuits. [More]

Cyber Insurance: Why It Matters, Where You’re Exposed

11. July 2014 08:31
Small businesses are easy targets for cyber attacks, which is why more and more small businesses are buying Cyber Insurance. Find out how your business is exposed. [More]

What Is Key Man Insurance?

10. July 2014 08:59
Key Man Insurance is a life insurance policy that covers an important member of your business. Read more to see if your small business could benefit. [More]

What Is Landlord Insurance?

9. July 2014 08:26
Landlord Insurance doesn't offer coverage for tenants. But if you rent your workspace, insure your property with a Commercial Property policy [More]

2014 Hurricane Season: Are You Ready?

8. July 2014 08:27
Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. Here’s what small-business owners can do to prepare for these storms. [More]

Take the Fast Train to Success

7. July 2014 10:04
Leverage summertime enthusiasm for fitness into revenue and clients year round. [More]

$2 Million Fine for Misclassifying Employees

3. July 2014 08:48
A Colorado business paid $2 million for misclassifying its employees. Here’s how you can distinguish between workers and contractors and avoid lawsuits. [More]