Cyber risks for small businesses
Data is the small business owner’s greatest asset –and their biggest liability, writes Michelle Lopilato
Insuring the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things might just be the next Frankenstein’s monster, writes Suki Basi, and it’s time for insurers to recognize its growing risks
Canada: Carneiro v. Durham: the independent rights of an additional insured
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently considered rights of an additional insured on a policy
Wearable technology: Going out on a limb
Wearable devices offer both significant opportunities and risk for the financial sector
Choosing insurance as a career
One graduates take on the industry: The potential for growth is off the charts, and the opportunities are limitless
Data breaches are an inescapable fact of life
For years, network security professionals have been saying “either you have been data breached or you just do not know that you have been data breached”
The 3 major sins of sales management
Before you restructure your insurance agency to mirror a more traditional sales team, consider this expert advice.
Court Clears Up Claims Confusion
The Ontario courts may just have thrown out everything you thought you knew about time limits for all-risk claims, writes Mark Mason, with McCague Borlack.
Can we be all things to all people
In the drive to efficiency, generalists are being called upon to do some very specific adjusting. That may have its downside, writes David Porter of Granite Claims Solutions
Winter driving more than just about tires
From the months of November – February, automobile accident statistics support a 50 per cent increase in the number of collisions on Canadian roadways. Winter weather is the major contributing factor; however, there are other factors that need to be taken into consideration. Most important: the level of custodian and snow services provided by the regional, provincial and federal governments.