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3 Steps to Audit Your Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Plan

Christopher Owens

In the United States, 29 percent of all companies are minority business enterprises (MBEs), and that number will continue to grow. It is important to ensure your company has a solid diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) plan in place to work with MBEs so it doesn’t get left behind. The…

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Do You Have Enough Cyber Coverage? Protect Your Business From Exposure

Lacy Rex

It’s more important than ever to purchase cyber liability insurance and consider increasing your limits. The cyber insurance market is changing rapidly in response to an alarming increase in high-profile ransomware and vendor incidents. According to the Coveware Quarterly Ransomware Report, more than 70 percent of victims were companies with…

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Why Should a Business Consider Active Assailant Coverage?

Christopher Owens

In the current world, a new reality is the rising number of mass shootings that occur throughout the United States every day. In fact, mass shootings have increased 52.5 percent in 2021 compared to 2020. It’s impossible to predict random acts of violence and where they can occur, but part…

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Cyber Risk: Preparing Your Organization Against the Growing Amount of Insider Threats

Lacy Rex

The computer emergency response team (CERT) defines ‘Insider Threats‘ as: The potential for an individual who has or had authorized access to an organization’s assets to use their access, either maliciously or unintentionally, to act in a way that could negatively affect the organization. Insider threats can come in many forms, including…

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Volunteer Accident Coverage for Nonprofits

Christopher Owens

As school events and community activities return to full swing this fall, more of us are volunteering our time to help at these events. Whether you’re coaching your local elementary school’s soccer team or handing out water at a 5K, each volunteer has an important role to make sure events…

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Taylor Oswald Opens New Office Location in Northern Kentucky

COVINGTON – June 10, 2022 – Taylor Oswald, minority-owned firm and partner organization of Oswald Companies, announced the opening of a new location in Northern Kentucky. Located at 6 East 5th Street in the heart of downtown Covington, this location will allow the company to better serve clients in both…

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Supply Chain Issues and Insurance Implications

Christopher Owens

When you absolutely, positively have to have something now, as the old commercial goes, we’re finding out that supply chain issues are making it harder and harder to get the materials we need on time. A recent article on insurancebusinessmag.com highlights insurance coverage at a time of business interruptions. The…

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Labor and Supply Chain Issues Present Challenges to Property Insurance Marketplace

Christopher Owens

Within the last 24-36 months, we have experienced an environment of rising rates and premium due to: -Billions in losses stemming from catastrophic losses and natural disasters -Decreased carrier investment returns caused by low interest rates -Increased re-insurance rates -Uptick in underwriter scrutiny of renewal submissions The global pandemic has…

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Don’t Be Caught Without an MFA Policy at the Time of Cyber Renewal

Angela Stubbs

It’s no secret cyber threats have intensified in the past three years. The Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) reported 2021 was a record year for cybercrime. One of the reasons companies became so vulnerable was the immediate pivot to remote working during stay-at-home orders of 2020 — whether company security…

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Why is Executive Risk Important Coverage Around COVID Times?

Christopher Owens

Risk factors that face companies seem to continually grow, but the risk factors surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic has made executive risk coverage even more important. Financier Worldwide points out that the pandemic has forced businesses to react quickly to changing circumstances, be it closing offices, furloughing workers or mandating their…

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