“Don’t put all your eggs in one basket” is a very old saying and, in many ways, it’s still the basis for the modern insurance that helps protect your business. Insurance began with people seeking to control the dangers they faced by spreading out the risk among larger groups of people and making agreements to help one another in the case of
One way to mitigate the increased risk of cyber attacks is to look to low cost and no cost solutions that can offer an immediate risk management benefit without added expense or complexity. Lockton Affinity’s CyberLock Defense Program has prepared this list of 12 low cost and no cost ways to help prevent cyber attacks on your business.
- Identify Key
Design professionals need to know exactly what you’re agreeing to before you sign on the dotted line. With some contract clauses, you could be tying yourself to broad indemnity obligations far beyond what you intended, which is why you need to beware of indemnification clauses.
Agreeing to the wrong contract clause can not only expose you to excess risk not covered by your
Employment practices refers to the part of your business that deals with hiring, firing and everyday workplace interactions. Employment practices liability claims alleging workplace discrimination or sexual harassment are increasingly common.
To protect your business, it’s important to understand the different types of employment practices claims. Here is a deeper dive into 4 common employment practices liability claims and how to protect against
One of the things that can make shopping for business insurance so hard is not knowing what to expect. You hope the company you choose will be easy to work with and offer expertise and coverage when you need it, but it’s not always guaranteed.
At Lockton Affinity, we aim to provide you with best-in-class service for the insurance solutions that meet your
Over the last few years, franchise businesses have become a favorite target of cyber criminals. Hackers have stolen password credentials, company records and customer credit card data from thousands of well-known establishments.
As your business insurance policy comes up for renewal, it’s natural to wonder if you might be able to get a better deal or access better customer service. Perhaps you’re reading this blog, but currently have coverage through someone else.
As a business owner, switching insurance is particularly daunting. Finding coverage that protects your assets and the future of your business at a
Cyber liability insurance protection is key to an effective risk management strategy when you’re a financial professional. But changes are afoot in the cyber insurance marketplace and it could impact your ability to get the coverage you need while it’s still affordable.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the already elevated rate of cyber crime has exploded. Cyber claims are multiplying, which has
Risk management is an important part of running a professional firm. Unfortunately, professionals can and do make mistakes which can lead to a professional liability claim. There are even situations where you can face an errors and omissions claim when you haven’t done anything wrong.
Professional Liability Insurance coverage can help protect your practice, but only if you understand how your coverage works
About Regular and Redundant Backups
Making regular and redundant backups is a simple practice you can implement to help protect against data loss and ensure the continuity of your business.
Regular and redundant backups are designed to provide a dual layer of protection:
- Regular backups guard against the potential for a loss of data that would be difficult or impossible to replace.
- Redundant backups