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Is your business protected against fraud and cyber crime?

Most companies will insure their assets for the traditional risks, such as fire and flood. One traditional risk, that is usually covered, is theft or attempted theft. So if a company is offered a Crime Insurance quotation, why would they take it up? Theft is covered under a normal material damage policy, so why protect […]

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Cyber Insurance – what is it?

“We don’t need that. It’ll never happen to us. We’ve got great controls!’’ Many businesses are unaware that they are inadequately insured in respect of a data breach. Cyber insurance can play an essential part in helping a company with the costs that occur when dealing with a data breach. These costs can include: Loss […]

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Who’s dibbing in to your bank account?

Think your company bank account is safe and secure? Think again! Businesses have traditionally protected their balance sheet by insuring assets, earnings and liabilities. Traditionally assets have comprised of buildings, machinery, fixtures/fittings, stock and work in progress, i.e. tangible assets. These are insured against contingencies such as fire, storm, flood, burglary etc. During recent months […]

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To all Range Rover owners & those with keyless entry cars

It’s curious to think that Range Rovers, steeped in regard for their harmonious mixture of security and style, are fast proving to be one of the easiest vehicles to steal in the UK. The Metropolitan police for example have revealed that between January and July of this year almost 300 Range Rover Evoques and Range […]

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“Let your advance worrying become your advance planning”

For many employers it is tempting to let business continuity planning take a back seat to more pressing day-to-day concerns. But this strategy focuses too much on the present and does not take your business’ future into account. Unexpected issues can arise at any time, which is precisely why all businesses need an extensive business […]

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Risks to food & beverage manufacturers: Employee Theft

During times of economic insecurity, normally honest employees may resort to theft due to the increasing financial pressure they are feeling at home. Employees may also be motivated to steal if they were given extra responsibilities after others were terminated without an increase in compensation. While they may not normally be inclined to take advantage […]

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