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10 Cybersecurity Measures Insurance May Require in 2022

It has been a year of cyber threats, exploits, and ransomware, and the insurance companies know it.  If you haven’t already,  you will almost certainly be faced with a questionnaire or an attestation form that asks you to certify you have certain security measures in place, when you are renewing your cyber insurance. Unfortunately, this…
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In Never Ending Debt

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you consider debt? We often equate debt with bad things. People are evicted from their homes because of non-payment of debt. Businesses close because their debt burden is too high. Credit card debt with high interest crushes people’s ability to get right side up again.…
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Everything You Need to Know About Windows 11

Microsoft is releasing Windows 11 this month with the official date of October 5th.  You may remember Microsoft told us Windows 10 was their last release, and that everything new would just be an update applied to Windows 10.  Well, that was so 2015.  Here we are now with a new version on the way,…
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6 Ways to Create an Innovative Outlook That is Receptive to Change

We are in an age of innovation that is unparalleled in its acceleration, expansion, and impact.  We’ve witnessed the rise of Amazon, and the industry revolutionizing impact of Uber and other disruptors like Airbnb, Bitcoin, Netflix, and Tesla. It is easy to see the change going on in other industries, and recognize that the old-line…
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5 Things to Learn from Recent Cybersecurity Attacks

Imagine that you live in a complex of high-end condominiums with high-end services.  The management office in your building keeps a master key that unlocks every condominium, so that they can seamlessly provide services to each owner.  For instance, they handle all home maintenance requests, they offer weekly condo cleaning, they will even have a…
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