Archive For The “Liability” Category

Cyber Risks and Liabilities: Privacy and Cyber Security

By | January 22, 2014

With the enormous amount of sensitive information stored digitally, companies need to take the proper measures to ensure this data is never compromised. Ultimately, it is the responsibility of business owners to protect their clients’ data. Failing  to do so can result in a data breach, which costs companies billions of dollars every year. Understanding […]

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Cyber Risks and Liabilities: Understanding and Preventing Data Breaches

By | January 22, 2014

What do the New York State Electric & Gas Co., Global Payments, Inc., the California Department of Child Support Services, Emory Healthcare, Inc. and Apple have in common? All these companies have been victims of a data breach in 2012, totaling millions of stolen records that include personal information such as Social Security numbers, credit […]

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Construction Risk Insights: Preventing Employee Theft

By | January 22, 2014

Employee theft should always be a concern, but the risk is even greater during the tough economic times impacting those in the construction and subcontracting industries. Normally honest, loyal employees may resort to theft due to increasing debt and financial pressure at home. Employees may rationalize such behavior even more if your company is struggling […]

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Construction Risk Insights: Reducing Falls While Erecting Exterior and Interior Walls

By | January 22, 2014

Every year, residential construction workers suffer fatal injuries from falling while erecting walls. Read on to learn about the risks of erecting these walls and how you can protect your workers from injuries. Risks While Erecting Exterior and Interior Walls Workers can be exposed to serious fall hazards while framing and erecting walls—particularly if the […]

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