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Retaining Quality Staff in Nursing Homes

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that there are 1.3 million people currently living in nursing homes. These residents rely on staff for medication, nutrition, and help with daily tasks. Unfortunately, though, it’s not always easy for nursing homes to find and keep high-quality staff members. In fact, the prevalence of neglect indicates […]

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Why Companies Should Not Pay Ransom Fees

Increased reliance on technology brings increased potential for cybercrime, and ransomware is no exception. An investigation by Verizon in early 2021 reported that 10% of breaches from 2020-2021 involved ransomware, a type of malware that attacks a company’s computer network, encrypting its data and demanding payment in exchange for release of the locked-down files. While […]

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Addressing the Current Truck Driver Shortage

Commercial truck drivers form a vital link in the supply chain. They move the bulk of retail and industrial products from ports and factories to sellers and service providers. Unfortunately, a severe truck driver shortage is already contributing to supply chain backlogs, and the problem could worsen soon. The same problems creating the driver shortage […]

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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

No matter how strong password credentials may be to secure an account, there are often equally strong attacks against them. When establishing appropriate access for users, it’s important that users prove they actually are who they claim to be.

A Cyber Claims Roadmap

With cyber incidents on the rise and constantly evolving, it’s vital that a cyber policy is in place, and that the response process is clear in case of an incident. There are certain steps that must be taken to help ensure coverage will be there when needed.