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Entries for July 2018

Learn About a Potential Malware Attack

Posted by Jan Schawe on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 in Financial Services Newsletters

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Recently, researchers at Talos--a cyber intelligence unit of Cisco--warned consumers of malware (malicious software) that specifically targets networking devices. The malware, which is known as VPNFilter, impacts an estimated...
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Insurance Facts: Tree Damage

Posted by Jan Schawe on Wednesday, July 04, 2018 in Financial Services Newsletters

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The person whose property (house, garage, or fence) is damaged would file a claim with his insurance company, no matter who owns the tree that caused the damage. The insurer will pay for removal of the tree (usually up to $50...
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Spear Phishing

Posted by Jan Schawe on Wednesday, July 04, 2018 in Financial Services Newsletters

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“Phishing,” a type of cyber attack in which a hacker disguises him- or herself as a trusted source online in order to acquire sensitive information, is a common and technologically simple scam that can put your em...
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In a culture where litigation is commonplace, business owners have many more worries than making profits and retaining top employees. If your product injures a consumer, your organization could face a devastating lawsuit, exp...
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Contractors Pollution Liability Insurance

Posted by Jan Schawe on Monday, July 02, 2018 in Financial Services Newsletters

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Contractors, no matter what industry they work in, face environmental risks stemming from operations on a daily basis. For most contractors, a single pollution incident or loss can seriously damage their reputation, operation...
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Protect Yourself from Lyme Disease

Posted by Jan Schawe on Monday, July 02, 2018 in Financial Services Newsletters

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Lyme disease is a bacterium that’s often carried by mice and other small rodents. The disease can be transmitted to humans if they’re bitten by a tick that previously fed off an infected animal. Different types o...
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