Case Study–Cyber Warfare & Trade Disruption, Shark-Infested Cyberspace & Privacy Issues
Two case studies: Overseas transit and warehousing; Liability coverage for 1099 contract “employees”
Reducing insurance costs in the current economy – Know what you are covered for – and what you’re not!
Rental Car Contract changes you should know about – New April 1 “Open Competition” Auto Regulations
“What Hath Babbage Wrought Dept.” A regular column appearing in Modern Data magazine between 1970 and 1973, readers would send in amusing issues involving computers. I hope you are entertained by this brief trip down memory lane.
• Identity Theft
• Employees Renting Cars
• Families Excluding Drivers While Away at College
An annual comprehensive discussion of risk with the professional team – accountants, insurance providers and attorneys – can make a positive difference, both competitively and practically.
A TIME TO WORRY. . . In This Issue 3 common technology conditions you may face 3 areas where your…
1. Keep property inventory lists, especially computer inventory and software licenses, off-site.
Insurers as DP Vendors: UNFOLDING before the insurance industry is an unforeseen marketing phenomenon as insurance companies finally bring workable agency computer products into the competitive systems market. Aetna’s IBM Gemini system is the product of two industry giants and, in my opinion, is the first system to be worthy of a creditable mark in the open marketplace.
In “A Critical Look at Agency/Company Interface,” Nancy James, an technology insurance expert, raises some provocative issues.