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6 Signs of a False Workers’ Compensation Claim
January 17, 2018

Here’s how small businesses can avoid playing the fool. “Everybody plays the fool, there’s no exception to the rule.” — The Main Ingredient (1973) The great majority of workers’ compensation claims are valid. So what can small businesses do to better spot claims by their workers that are fraudulent? Workers’ compensation fraud costs the system […]

3 Best Practices for a Layered Cybersecurity Program
November 30, 2017

Here’s how your customers can implement secure passwords, multi-factor authentication and security awareness training. NOV 28, 2017 | BY NICK GRAF As the circumstances surrounding WannaCry, Petya/Goldeneye, the Shadow Brokers and exposed voters’ records have shown, cybersecurity events continue to cripple companies no matter their size or industry. Related: 5 big cybersecurity lessons to learn from the Equifax data breach […]

Ransomware: What to do when it happens to you
November 22, 2017

Ransomware can stop a company in its tracks by making business-critical data and information unavailable.  NOV 06, 2017 | BY KIRAN RAJ, MALLORY JENSEN   In an ideal world, your company has all its critical information and data comprehensively and securely backed up, employing strong defenses against hacking, phishing, and other cyberattacks. In the event that your company is nonetheless […]