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3 Documents & Files to Toss to Cut Your Cyber Liability Risk

4. March 2016 07:58
Cut down on your cyber liability exposures by tossing old tax returns, employment records, and emails. Guide to sensitive information disposal and storage. [More]

3 Ways Marijuana Might Affect Business Insurance

29. October 2015 07:53
Legal marijuana use has forced the business insurance industry to adapt, specifically where product liability, Workers' Comp, and cyber liability are concerned. [More]

Lawsuits, Extra Business Expenses, and Frustrated Customers: The Aftermath of a Data Breach

13. August 2015 08:32
There's no hard figure for the cost of a data breach, but MIE's breach illustrates the many hidden expenses, such as lawsuits, call centers, and lost customers. [More]

Yes, You CAN Prevent Data Breaches

3. August 2015 07:48
You don't have to be a tech maven to keep your data protected. Training your employees and regularly changing passwords can fortify your cyber defenses. [More]

How Tossing Electronics Can Turn into a Professional Liability Lawsuit

4. February 2015 08:09
Did you know modern copiers and printers store sensitive information? Learn why you must properly dispose electronics to avoid professional liability lawsuits. [More]

Healthcare Businesses Beware: Medical Data Worth 10x as Much as Credit Card Numbers

13. October 2014 08:08
Health records are prize ponies on the black market. Learn about your healthcare business's vulnerabilities and what you can do to protect patient health data. [More]

Allied Health Professionals: Why Your Data Isn't Safe

24. July 2014 08:15
Find out why the allied health industry is more vulnerable to cyber attacks than other industries and what you can do to protect your small healthcare business. [More]

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]

Liability Issues for Therapists Who Offer Distance Therapy

22. January 2014 08:39
Therapists who offer remote counseling have to consider a new set of liability exposures and state compliance guidelines. [More]

HIPAA Has Teeth: What Accountants, Lawyers, and Other Professionals Need to Know When Working with Clients in Healthcare

23. October 2013 16:43
Accountants, lawyers, and other professionals are considered business associates under new HITECH additions to HIPAA, exposing them to massive liability for handling client data. Overview of risk management procedures to limit risk of fines and lawsuits. [More]