Monthly Archives: October 2014

Risk Tip: Review insurance policies for consistency

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Insurance policy provisions should be uniform as to named insured, notice and cancellation clauses, territory, etc. Comment: All too often when reviewing policies we find that named insured’s do not match up from one policy to the next, notice and cancellation clauses are not uniform and on and on. We have reviewed thousands of policies […]

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The Data Breach Outbreak: Are you prepared?

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I’ve heard it said that data is the new currency. Last week, Dairy Queen reported that its in-store payment system had been compromised by malware. And last month, Home Depot had 56 million customer credit cards compromised in a data breach that lasted five months. Sears, Dairy Queen and Home Depot join such other national […]

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Risk Tip: Strategy to identifying business interruption exposures

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Use flow charts to identify sole source suppliers or other contingent business interruption exposures Comment: Assessing business income exposures is not always easy. So consider how helpful it would be to draw a map or create a chart of how goods and services flow. That way you can visualize your supply chain. Ask yourself, what in […]

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