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Applying Indiana law, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has held that neither a company’s crime policy nor its commercial property policy provided coverage for theft of company property by a consultant who worked for the company.  Telamon Corp. v. Charter Oak Fire Ins. READ MORE >>

The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, applying California law, has held that a crime policy did not afford coverage for a loss caused by an insured’s initiation of wire transfers based on fraudulent email instructions.  Taylor & Lieberman v. Federal Ins. Co. READ MORE >>

The structure of most companies usually includes a certain level of managerial structure. Directors usually reside at the top of the company pyramid. They also likely oversee a significant portion of the company's daily decision-making. A company’s structure also places different levels of risk upon each tier of employees. READ MORE >>

Insurance agencies are businesses themselves. Just as you offer policies to others, your company also needs to invest in its own insurance coverage. Agents know that business insurance isn’t just one policy. The vast number of policies under the business insurance label combine in many ways. READ MORE >>

If you work in data insurance, you know that this is a fluid environment. The world of cybersecurity is constantly changing. As technology changes, the threats to cybersecurity also change. Each day, a new cyber threat emerges. The cybersecurity industry always has to adapt to the risk of new cybersecurity threats. READ MORE >>

Since you work in the insurance world, you know the risks that professionals take every day. Professional liability insurance protects clients in case they make a professional mistake. It is your job as an agent to guide your clients as they choose professional liability coverage. READ MORE >>

You’re an insurance agent, so you know how important it is for people to have proper coverage. But, you’re in the insurance business. You need coverage yourself. Insurance agencies strive to run trustworthy businesses in their communities. Having insurance protections should be a no-brainer. READ MORE >>

As an insurance company, you have a lot of private client information like social security numbers and credit card information. In today's world, much of this information is probably stored on computers. Storing information on a computer means that it is generally secure, but not foolproof. READ MORE >>

The cost of a typical cyber breach to an American company is much less than has been generally estimated, providing one possible explanation for why companies do not invest more to improve computer security, according to a new RAND Corp. study. The typical cost of a breach is about $200,000 and most cyber events cost companies less than 0. READ MORE >>

Ransomware attacks against businesses will be four times higher in 2016 than last year, with a growing number of ransom-seeking hackers demanding bitcoin rather than money, according to a report by specialty insurer Beazley. The Beazley Breach Insights report is based on the insurer’s client data breaches in the first nine months of 2016. READ MORE >>

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