KRACK Puts Wi-Fi Networks at Risk to Hackers

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What Is Employment Practices Third Party Liability Coverage?

An emerging area of risk for business owners and non-profit organizations is wrongful discrimination and harassment against their own clients and visitors. In some states, like New Jersey, laws are enacted that provide protection to individuals...

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Selfies Are Destroying Art

I must confess I don’t care for selfies. Why does one have to take pictures of himself every day before driving to work?  Maybe if you’re abducted that duck faced selfie you took in the morning could be put on the side of a milk carton.  Let that...

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What Is The Impact Behind The Federal Court In Texas That Struck Down The DOL 2016 Overtime Rule?

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On Aug. 31, 2017, a federal judge in Texas struck down the Department of Labor’s (DOL) 2016 overtime rule, stating that the DOL had exceeded its authority by issuing a new salary level requirement for white collar exempt employees.

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Cyber Tips for Traveling

Staying safe while traveling involves more than simply locking your valuables in a hotel safe. Today, cyber crime is just as prevalent as conventional crime. In fact, your digital property may be more valuable to criminals than your personal...

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How To Avoid Distractions While Driving

Driver distractions have joined alcohol and speeding as leading factors in crashes that cause fatal and serious injuries. However, cellphones aren’t solely to blame. Anything that takes 100 percent of your attention away from driving is a...

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What is Ransomware Insurance

With ransomware attacks on the rise, the role of insurance is becoming more robust. And, although ransomware coverage has been traditionally sublimited within cyber policies, stand-alone cyber policies that cover ransomware are becoming more...

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Construction Defects: What You Can Do to Protect Your Business

Possibly no two words strike more fear in the hearts of architects, engineers and contractors than “construction defect.” A claim for construction defect can cost astronomical amounts to correct and defend. And then there’s the damage to your...

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Taking your car on a racetrack? Not a good idea.

There is guy on YouTube that I follow who goes by the name The Stradman. Since he was 13 years old he saved up his money to buy his dream car - a Lamborghini Gallardo.  His videos show him diving his car, talking about supercars, and traveling...

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Donating to Disasters and Avoiding Scams

Hurricane Harvey is the strongest storm to make landfall in the United States since Hurricane Charley in 2004. News of the damage it has caused to southeastern Texas is prompting people to help in whatever ways they can. Unfortunately, there are...

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