When everything is now being more digitalised, it is common for cyber-attacks to occur. But how can you insure something that is online? Cyber-insurance is an insurance product used to protect businesses and individual users from Internet-based risks. This is more generally from risks relating to information technology infrastructure and activities. Data breaches can cause issues that can either just affect you or the entire business. Taking care of everything that is online can protect

Investing in Workplace Mental Health

Posted by admin on  November 11, 2019

Category: Blog
Workplace mental health is now becoming something every director/manager should be looking out for within the workplace. Mental health issues like burnout, depression and stress are some of the things people need to look out for. But how do you know what to look out for? How does it affect your business? What Defines a Good Workplace? The World Health Organisation defines mental health as a state of well-being in which an individual realises their

Be Aware of Employee Fleet Fraud

Posted by admin on  August 5, 2019

Category: Fleet Fraud, Security
Did you know Employee fraud claims cost companies like yourself billions each year? Fleet fraud specifically is costly, falsified and inflated claims are very costly. Staging an accident or injury claims by an employee mean increased insurance premiums and vast pay outs. It is paramount that you and your business take preventive measures to detect employee fraud! Internal controls and anti-fraud measures can be bespoke in design for your organisation to ensure that any suspect

The Overlooked Physical Exposures of a Cyber-attack

Posted by admin on  June 13, 2019

Category: Blog, Security
More than ever before, organisations are aware of the potential financial impact of a cyber-attack. Many wrongfully assume that the steep, monetary burden of a cyber-attack (exacerbated by new, higher fines under the GDPR) is exclusively tied to damaged digital assets, lost records, and the price of investigating and reporting a breach. While those expenses represent a considerable hit, damage to an organisation’s physical assets can be just as harmful. Cyber-attacks that cause physical damage