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Restaurant Safety Statistics

As a restaurant owner, worker safety and downtime as a result of accidents is something you should be paying attention to. Statistically speaking, what are the most common injuries? On average, how much time and money is lost per accident? What can you do from a safety program perspective to help minimize the chances of…

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4 Cyber Insurance Myths That Are Putting Your Business at Risk

Be it lack of education, emerging risks, or inconsistent policy language – there is confusion in the cyber market.  Companies don’t know what coverage they’re purchasing.  CNA recently sponsored some content where they had two experts debunk common but dangerous cyber insurance myths. Click Here to Read the Full Article

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Preventing Community Association Cybercrime

Distinguished Programs recently passed along another piece on Cyber Security with respect to Community Associations.  This is a very important piece of the risk management portfolio and should not be overlooked. Here is what they had to say: Recent data from Verizon indicates that Small and Midsize Businesses (SMBs) suffer the lion’s share (58%) of…

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Strategies for This Week’s Deep Freeze

Parts of the US will be colder than the Antarctic this week. No joke! How prepared are your properties and what deep-freeze strategies have you employed to protect your properties? Temperatures in the Upper Midwest are predicted to range between single digits to low teens, with dangerous wind chills between 20 and 30 degrees below…

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Four Cyber Exposures of Community Associations

Knowing how an association can be exposed to cyber liability is the first line of defense in setting up the right protections. Anyone who is a member of a homeowner’s or community association faces a unique cyber liability risk, and the variety of exposures can be wide-ranging. Read More About Cyber Liability Exposures

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