Repetitive motion injuries and slip-and-fall injuries can happen at any tech company. Keeping yourself and your employees safe at work helps you maintain low workers' comp rates.
When you have vicarious liability for something, it means you could be held legally responsible for any resulting harm even though you didn’t directly cause it. For example, a tech company could be held accountable for the actions of an employee.
Clients could accuse your tech company of professional negligence if you fail to provide a service or meet their expectations.
Cyber threats like denial-of-service attacks and phishing can hurt your reputation and your bottom line. Follow these steps to protect your business and your clients against cyber crime.
Depending on the scale and severity of a cyberattack and the cost of data recovery, settlements or judgments could easily top six figures. Evaluate your business risk to determine how much cyber liability insurance you need.
In lost revenue and data, the cost of a DDoS attack on your tech business or your client’s business can escalate quickly. In fact, the average small to medium-sized business spends $120,000 per attack.
Tech companies are required to notify affected customers after a data breach. Here are a few tips for complying with state laws and avoiding potentially bankrupting expenses.
Large client contracts often require high errors and omissions insurance limits. But can you raise or lower your limits when you land a big contract, or if you're working on smaller projects? Here’s the lowdown on adjusting your errors and omissions policy limit.