As a network architect, you design and build data communication networks for clients. You make sure computers are "talking" to each other, and you follow best practices for Internet security. You're also the one calling the shots when it comes to the hardware, modems, and routers a business should purchase.
Network architect jobs come with a lot of responsibility. If something goes wrong, you could be on the hook financially. That's when network architect insurance can help.
Whenever you book a network architect contract job, you open yourself up to risk. Let's take a look at some scenarios you might face and how liability insurance can help protect the work you do.
Insurance can step in when you get into a professional jam. But it's always better to prevent problems when you can. Our risk management resources can help.
To get started, check out our risk management checklist, sample contracts, and a guide on how small businesses can protect their data – something you may want to share with your customers. For more business development and growth tips, check out our resources hub.