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Court Ruling Could Affect How Tech E&O Insurance Is Handled

A new court ruling shows one situation where IT insurance might not protect your business from the cost of a lawsuit. Here's how your business is affected.

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Court Ruling Could Affect How Tech E&O Insurance Is Handled

by Max Schleicher 21. May 2015 08:16
A new court ruling shows one situation where IT insurance might not protect your business from the cost of a lawsuit. Here's how your business is affected.
A new court ruling shows one situation where IT insurance might not protect your business from the cost of a lawsuit. Here's how your business is affected. [More]

Have Healthcare Clients? Time to Beef Up Your Data Security Practices

by Max Schleicher 19. May 2015 08:12
A healthcare data breach is three times more expensive than a retailer's. Here's how to protect you and your clients from the financial impact of data breaches.
A healthcare data breach is three times more expensive than a retailer's. Here's how to protect you and your clients from the financial impact of data breaches. [More]

5 Tips for Minimizing Workers' Comp Costs for IT Businesses

by Max Schleicher 14. May 2015 08:02
Workers' Comp premiums can increase after a workplace accident. These five tips can help you improve your employee's health and keep your costs down.
Workers' Comp premiums can increase after a workplace accident. These five tips can help you improve your employee's health and keep your costs down. [More]

More Proof that People Want to Pay You to Keep their Data Safe

by Max Schleicher 12. May 2015 08:28
Cyber security companies received $1.77 billion in start-up investments last year. If you're looking to expand into InfoSec, here's what you should know.
Cyber security companies received $1.77 billion in start-up investments last year. If you're looking to expand into InfoSec, here's what you should know. [More]

A Look Inside the Cyber Security Bill that Passed the House

by Max Schleicher 7. May 2015 08:11
The House passed a cyber security bill. Here's what you need to know to answer your clients' questions about its requirements and data privacy issues.
The House passed a cyber security bill. Here's what you need to know to answer your clients' questions about its requirements and data privacy issues. [More]

Get to Know your E&O: 5 Things to Check for in Your Errors & Omissions Insurance Policy

by Max Schleicher 5. May 2015 08:39
Need IT Insurance for your small business? Check out our guide to Errors and Omissions Insurance and five essential things you should know about your policy.
Need IT Insurance for your small business? Check out our guide to Errors and Omissions Insurance and five essential things you should know about your policy. [More]

Security Training a Potentially Lucrative Service for Your Small Business Clients

by Max Schleicher 30. April 2015 07:51
At least 21 percent of employees have reckless security habits. Learn what you can do to train your clients' employees and earn new business in the process.
At least 21 percent of employees have reckless security habits. Learn what you can do to train your clients' employees and earn new business in the process. [More]

Good News: Updated HIPAA Guidelines Take Some Pressure off IT Professionals

by Max Schleicher 28. April 2015 07:57
New HIPAA and HITECH guidelines clarify when IT consultants are business associates. Here's what you need to know about your changing IT liabilities.
New HIPAA and HITECH guidelines clarify when IT consultants are business associates. Here's what you need to know about your changing IT liabilities. [More]

Are You Ready for the End of Support for Windows Server 2003?

by Max Schleicher 23. April 2015 08:07
61 percent of businesses are still running Windows Server 2003, which won't be supported after July. Here's how to capitalize on this and find some new clients.
61 percent of businesses are still running Windows Server 2003, which won't be supported after July. Here's how to capitalize on this and find some new clients. [More]

Tossed Data Breach Lawsuit Could Be Good News for IT Pros

by Max Schleicher 21. April 2015 08:01
839,000 customers' data was stolen from an insurer, so why did the judge throw out a lawsuit? This New Jersey data breach lawsuit offers some good news for IT.
839,000 customers' data was stolen from an insurer, so why did the judge throw out a lawsuit? This New Jersey data breach lawsuit offers some good news for IT. [More]

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