About 72% of the data breaches that occurred in 2011 were in companies with 100 or less employees. In fact small businesses are victims of cyber attacks more often than large firms.
Remember if your business handles credit cards, social security data or medical record data you are at risk.... Read Article
Tornado damage can cause a business or institution to relocate. Consider a couple of possible locations today. Consider the additional rental expense, the distance for employees and customers. Plan how you would notify your customers. Make sure your Business Insurance has the coverages to fund these expenses.... Read Article
The cost for a contractor to remove and dispose of the debris after a property disaster is staggering. Some Business Insurance policies have Debris Removal coverage. Policies that have this coverage normally set a maximum limit. Our recommendation would be to determine if that limit would be sufficient for the worst case scenario property disaster at your business.... Read Article
Key Hurricane Preparation Checklist Items for Your Business. Consider a location you could move your business to if storm damage shuts down your current location. Have relationships with restoration contra tors before storm hits. Keep supply of plastic sheeting to protect interior property from water & debris damage. Create a photo inventory of ALL business property. Have a Disaster Recovery Plan or hire an experienced... Read Article
We have seen that after a property disaster business owners wait for direction. Most insurance agents do not have the experience to help. Claims adjusters may not arrive on site for days after then ask the owner to supply them with information. The time that elapses without constructive action to restore operations can spell business failure. A Disaster Recovery Plan gives the business owner the ability to stay... Read Article