Why You Need Cyber Threat Protection Cyberattacks threaten your business operations, revenue stream, intellectual property, client data, and reputation. Protect your company from digital hazards. Cybersecurity was a 2023 hot button for executives, according to Forbes. Grant Thornton’s International Business Report Read More
Business Insurance Renewals Often Mean Changes to Terms Commercial insurance rates are increasing on nearly every line of coverage, thanks to a rise in the frequency and severity of claims. And business owners are noticing significant premium hikes at policy renewal time. What might not be as apparent are: Changes Read More
Cyber Bytes: 15 Artificial Intelligence Terms Explained Artificial intelligence (AI) has dominated the headlines. Here are a few key terms you’ll encounter when reading or talking about AI. Algorithms are detailed computational instructions that machines run on. They can describe ways to solve problems, perform Read More
Cybersecurity Awareness Month: 4 Cybersecurity Behaviors To Adopt In 2023, cybercrime is expected to cost the world $8 trillion, according to a report by Cybersecurity Ventures. Yes, you read that right. Cybercrime is a fact of life in our digital world. But there’s still a lot you can do to protect yourself. And Read More
Clean Gutters Can Prevent Costly Home Damages Gutters can be easy to overlook. But they can get clogged with decaying leaves and other organic matter, leading to damage and expensive repairs that your home insurance won’t cover. Inspecting and cleaning your home’s gutters is crucial Here are some top reasons Read More
Autumn Maintenance Tips for Business Owners The changing seasons are an excellent time for property inspection and cleanup. You might have missed maintenance issues over the summer. Or maybe the heat and rain brought new issues to the surface. Add these tasks to your maintenance rundown to prevent injuries and Read More
Your Home Insurance Has Limited Protection for Jewelry Whether it’s a single engagement ring, an heirloom set or a large collection you bought for yourself, your jewelry needs insurance. Yet most homeowners insurance policies limit the amount of coverage to $5,000 or less. That might not even be enough to cover a Read More