Why Facilities Need to Understand Healthcare Cyber Liability
Healthcare cyber liability insurance is a type of protection that covered entities should consider, but also ensure they fully understand.
Drone Insurance Guide: How to Get Liability Coverage
Learn how to get liability insurance for your drone, UAV, UAS, and quadcopter. Discover the costs and companies available to insure your commercial drone.
What DJs Need to Know About Liability Insurance
Whether you're a mobile DJ, KJ, or live performer, your business relies heavily on both your ability to play an awesome set and your DJ equipment. Ensuring that your business and equipment is protected in the event of an accident can be as simple as having insurance.
The “EMV Liability Shift” Is Coming (What Merchants Need to Know)
Morrisons hack: Supermarket denies liability for breach of nearly 100,000 staff records
Lawyers acting on behalf of claimants say they will 'vigorously contest' the position.
5 trends changing health care professional liability insurance
Health care insurance and professional liability coverage are often influenced by the same trends and technologies.
What Do Self-Driving Cars Mean For Auto Liability Insurance?
Google is acknowledging fault in an accident that involved one of its prototype self-driving cars last month. The self-driving car struck a bus. NPR explores what it would mean for auto liability insurance if the streets of the future are full of self-driving cars.
What Every Small Business Needs to Know About Liability
You may work in tech, but you're still liable if something goes wrong. Make sure you're covered.
The Jargon-Free Guide to Low-Profit Limited Liability Companies (L3C)
Let’s explore just one of the many options you have in starting a socially responsible organization: a low-profit limited liability company (L3C).
Regulatory Implications For Hedge Funds: What Does this Mean for Your Personal Liability?
This white paper gives insight into the modern day hedge fund and the personal liability of hedge fund managers. It also looks into the impact of MiFID II, set to come into force in January 2017.
Why Your Accounting Firm Needs Information Security Liability Insurance
By Stephen Vono, Principal, NAPLIA Currently, 46 states have information security laws concerning personally identifiable information (PII). The laws define what information is considered PII and it defines what you must do in the event of a breach or loss of information. Laws are not prescriptive, meaning they don’t tell you specifically how to lock down client information. They will say that reasonable precautions need to…
Guest Post: Securing the Director and Officers Liability Insurance Lifelines! What Every Director...
At times of trouble, D&O insurance can represent the last line of defense for corporate directors. For that reason, corporate board members rightfully are concerned about their insurance and want reassurance that their company’s policy will provide them the protection they will need. Unfortunately, directors don’t always know the questions to ask and only find … Continue Reading
Catch-IT: 12 Months Before Windows 7 Becomes A Major Liability For Your Business
As all good things must come to an end, it is almost time to say goodbye to the Windows 7 operating system (OS). As of January 14, 2020, Microsoft will cutoff support of the OS.
IT Security Training White Paper: Healthcare Organizations and Data Breach: How to Lower Risk and...
Learn about the healthcare industry's challenges in managing cyber risk and potential solutions.
Tips for implementing FASB’s not-for-profit standard
FASB recently issued its first major change to not-for-profit accounting standards since 1993. Here are tips for implementing the new standard.
What should FASB work on next?
FASB is seeking feedback on which financial reporting and accounting issues it should add to its agenda for potential standard setting.
Assets, Liabilities, Equity: Here's How This Equation Works for Small Businesses
We look at the assets, liabilities, equity equation to help business owners get a hold of the financial health of their business.
How to Read Balance Sheet Assets, Liabilities, and Shareholder Equity
Learn about the three parts of a company's balance sheet (assets, liabilities, and shareholder equity) and how they appear within the financial statements.
How Private Equity Managers are Grappling with Data Management and Security Concerns
Private equity managers are turning towards technology and outsourced models to address compliance challenges, improve operational efficiency, and reduce risk of cyber-attacks.
6 Ways to Address Your Product Liability Risks
Consumers expect the products they use to be safe and reliable. Accordingly, businesses must take steps to reduce their product liability risks. Here are six...