Today’s risk environment is more complex than ever before, and successful individuals, families, and family enterprises are facing a convergence of personal, commercial, strategic, and financial risks.
Paul Dyer, CEO – United Cloud Partner Services;Sean Kelley, CEO – Collaborationstudios.com LLC
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
A New Cybersecurity Paradigm Without Usernames & Passwords
Cybersecurity has become a rapidly evolving chess game. Authentication is one of the key pillars of cybersecurity, as are data integrity assurances, firewalls, virus scans, and other security protections.
In business-owning families, personal and business risks are often blended and are typically managed by different people and processes. This creates a gap in identifying risks and solutions that can be addressed through a holistic and collaborative risk management approach.
Every year during tax season the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) releases the “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams. With the increased number of data breaches, it is important to remain vigilant when sharing your personal data and responding to demands for tax payments.
Dan A. Bailey, Esq., Bailey Cavalieri and Chubb Personal Risk Services
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Cyber risk has become a major potential loss exposure for almost any company. As with any other exposure, directors should confirm that reasonable steps are taken to identify, mitigate, respond to, and recover from third parties relating to cyber-related problems when they arise.
Global Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) transactions tallied up to an impressive $678.5 billion in deal value in the first quarter of 2017, up by 8.9 percent year over year, according to Mergermarket’s most recent estimates.
More than half of the time, cyber criminals’ search leads them directly to small and midsize enterprises (SMEs), who can be hacked with ease and offer a substantial cumulative payoff—in the form ransom money, stolen credit card numbers, or bank account information.
Many entities face the same types of security incidents, and some handle an incident well while for others it’s a disruptive and costly one. The entities that fare better have prepared for an incident and use lessons-learned from prior incidents.