How to Prevent Your Business from Being Hacked

A business of any size may be vulnerable to a data breach. Cyber attacks have become a frightening reality for individuals and organizations in recent years. Business owners should do all they can to secure their websites and customer information. If your business stores passwords, credit card numbers, or any form of sensitive client or customer information, be aware that hackers have you in their... Read Article

The Growing Importance of Cyber Liability Insurance

In the 21st Century, technology is vital to conducting business. However, the same technology your business relies on can also leave it vulnerable to costly security threats. Cybercrime is big business and becoming increasingly more sophisticated with advances in technology. No one is safe from cybercrime – neither individuals, nor small businesses, nor the largest corporations. Cyber liability insurance can help protect your business from... Read Article

Prevent Cyber Crime from Happening to Your Business

As a business person, you are naturally concerned with making your business immune to cybercrime exposure, and with good reason. According to an article on CNBC, cybercrime cost the global economy $450 billion in 2016. Prevention is your best line of defense against cyber criminals. You will want an IT security expert to assess your company’s current vulnerabilities and needs. In addition, there are certain... Read Article

Can You Guard Your Business Against a Cyber Attack?

Technological advancements have done a lot to support businesses by making tasks more streamlined and efficient. Online databases save time and ensure convenient access to important information, and financial transactions are easier than ever with digital banking technology. But with these improvements come a new brand of vulnerabilities. [Read more…] December 1st, 2016 by Worldwide Risk Management, Inc.... Read Article

Where the Buck Stops: Are You Liable for a Cyber Attack?

As more and more aspects of business are carried out and stored using the internet and cloud-based technologies, potentially sensitive information becomes more vulnerable to the threat of cyber attacks and security breaches that take place electronically. Such attacks can be costly, both immediately and in the long term, and unless you specifically have a cyber liability insurance plan, your enterprise could be forced to... Read Article