Traditional cyber insurance policies only cover electronic data and violations of privacy laws, leaving you vulnerable when a cyberattack damages physical property or equipment. Get solutions for addressing coverage gaps.
A new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standard will require some employers to report not only 300A data electronically but also 300 log and 301 information for some of their establishments.
Despite a slowing economy and continued supply chain issues, rate increases in most lines of coverage are slowing. The exceptions to this are the umbrella and property markets, which continue to experience double-digit increases.