Category Archives: Insurance & Risk Management

With the advent of GDPR should you be considering Cyber Insurance?

The short answer is yes! At ProAktive we consider that every business, irrespective of its size, should consider Cyber Insurance. As organisations have become more reliant on IT we have seen more & more companies buying cyber cover. On 25th May 2018 this became crucial when the General Data Protection Regulations became effective, meaning that […]

By calling cars autonomous, are we putting drivers at risk?

British Insurers and Thatcham have raised concerns that the evolution of automated driving technology could result in an increase in accidents due to drivers thinking their cars are more capable than they are. There are different levels of autonomy: Level 0 – the driver is completely in control of the car with only warning and […]

ProAktive Flood Management for Sheffield’s Lower Don Valley

ProAktive’s Broking Director, Beverley Brown, has been working on a unique project in conjunction with the Sheffield Chamber, Sheffield City Council and Local Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) to make insurers aware of the work that has gone on in the Sheffield Lower Don Valley over the last few years to protect businesses from flooding. Nearly […]

Your contents are covered, but does that matter?

If we talk about suffering a major loss at your premises, you will most likely think about your assets – buildings, plant, machinery, stock etc. If you didn’t insure them, how could you continue to operate? Knowing that if a significant loss were to occur, you would get all of your physical items replaced meaning […]

How secure is your electronic marketplace?

Your computer system may be secure, but how much do you rely on a Third Party customer or a supplier’s platform for your orders to be placed and then passed to you for processing? Businesses are dealing more and more with e-commerce companies that place orders on behalf of their customers for the purchase of […]

Here today, gone tomorrow?

The quality and security of insurers is a hot topic currently in the insurance world. In recent years we have seen both Gable and Enterprise leave the UK market leaving a trail of destruction behind them. When an insurer goes into liquidation not only do policy holders potentially lose the policy which they’ve paid for […]