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CybersecurityRisk Management

Managing End of Life Software

When software reaches end-of-life (EOL) it means manufacturers will no longer develop or service the product, discontinuing all technical support, upgrades, bug fixes, and security fixes. This article discusses the risks of continuing to use EOL software and discusses best practices for organizations to mitigate this risk.

security alert on a screen signifying the need for attack surface management
Cybersecurity

Attack Surface Management Explained

The recent increase in remote and hybrid work combined with the shift to the cloud and widespread implementation of software-as-a-service (SAAS) applications have made attack surfaces increasingly large, complex, and difficult to defend against cyberattacks. This article explains what attack surface management is and how it works.

attracting remote talent like this woman working from home on her laptop
People & Culture

Attracting Remote Talent

Remote work is quickly becoming one of the most desirable benefits an employer can offer in today’s tight labor market. This article discusses the unique qualities of strong remote workers and best practices for attracting and recruiting them.

a hurricane's effect on a road near a farm a perfect need for parametric insurance
Business Insurance

Parametric Insurance Explained

Parametric insurance can be a particularly beneficial form of coverage to have in the scope of large-scale natural disasters, especially when not all associated losses entail physical damages. Yet, there are some additional aspects of this coverage offering to consider.

a flood sign near a commercial building illustrating the need for dic insurance
Business Insurance

What is Difference in Conditions Insurance?

While commercial property insurance is an essential component of a business’s risk management portfolio, it can exclude coverage for floods and earthquakes. To address potential gaps in coverage, many businesses secure difference-in-conditions (DIC) insurance.

CybersecurityRisk Management

Managing End of Life Software

When software reaches end-of-life (EOL) it means manufacturers will no longer develop or service the product, discontinuing all technical support, upgrades, bug fixes, and security fixes. This article discusses the risks of continuing to use EOL software and discusses best practices for organizations to mitigate this risk.

cursor on software updates which becomes a challenge during end of life software
Cybersecurity

Attack Surface Management Explained

The recent increase in remote and hybrid work combined with the shift to the cloud and widespread implementation of software-as-a-service (SAAS) applications have made attack surfaces increasingly large, complex, and difficult to defend against cyberattacks. This article explains what attack surface management is and how it works.

security alert on a screen signifying the need for attack surface management
People & Culture

Attracting Remote Talent

Remote work is quickly becoming one of the most desirable benefits an employer can offer in today’s tight labor market. This article discusses the unique qualities of strong remote workers and best practices for attracting and recruiting them.

attracting remote talent like this woman working from home on her laptop
Business Insurance

Parametric Insurance Explained

Parametric insurance can be a particularly beneficial form of coverage to have in the scope of large-scale natural disasters, especially when not all associated losses entail physical damages. Yet, there are some additional aspects of this coverage offering to consider.

a hurricane's effect on a road near a farm a perfect need for parametric insurance
Business Insurance

What is Difference in Conditions Insurance?

While commercial property insurance is an essential component of a business’s risk management portfolio, it can exclude coverage for floods and earthquakes. To address potential gaps in coverage, many businesses secure difference-in-conditions (DIC) insurance.

a flood sign near a commercial building illustrating the need for dic insurance
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