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Focusing on cyber security

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7 Reasons to Have Cyber Liability Insurance
If you are like many, you are more connected today than ever before, which is why cyber liability insurance is so important. From cell phones to digital personal assistants, our homes are wired to the max. Our phones are smart, our TVs are smart—even our appliances are often connected to Wi-Fi. While these connections bring many conveniences, they may also introduce additional cyber threats into your home.
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5 Ways to Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft
According to identity theft expert Rob Douglas, approximately 15 million U.S. residents have their identities stolen each year, with losses totaling upwards of $50 billion. One billion records containing personally identifiable information were leaked in 2014. The identity theft problem continues to grow.
Today’s smartphones put the power of computing in the palm of your hand. Unfortunately, smartphones are also at risk of the same types of cyber threats that impact other computers and networks. In fact, mobile devices now account for more than 60 percent of digital fraud. Here are some tips you can use to stay safe.
Protecting your business from cyber risk begins with understanding the different ways businesses can be compromised. Here are some of the ways.
In our recent survey asking what you’d like to see covered in this column, many agents asked us to discuss social engineering. Social engineering is a catch-all term for different types of cybercrime and is based on the natural human inclination to trust other people. There are several types of social engineering.

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