PCI DSS compliance and cyber liability can seem confusing, but we break it down for you so you can keep your business booming.
Despite a wide range of specialties, all tech companies have one thing in common: they need technology errors & omissions insurance.
Vendors, cities, partners, investors, etc.— often require specific insurance policies as a part of a contract. We breakdown why and what you need to know
Many implement the latest antivirus software, data encryption protocols, and firewalls. But what happens if malware is introduced into the system from inside? i.e. by an employee
So you’ve probably heard of professional liability insurance (aka errors and omissions Insurance). In brief, professional liability insurance protects the professional services industry from negligence claims that result in the financial loss of a third party (typically your clients) arising from an act, error, or omission committed in the course of the policyholder’s performance of services
Update: We’ve released a new whitepaper examining the Sharing Economy industry. We dive into the insurance landscape, legal climate and how to approach risk management for companies in this sector. You can download the report here! The on-demand economy is ever-growing and we work with new startups in the space on a daily basis.
Subtle Value-adds: Business Insurance It’s easy to think insurance is surplus when the company is just getting off the ground. In the grand scheme of to-dos, insurance should probably fall by the wayside to goals like acquiring users, making money, building a minimum viable product, or finding investors. Many entrepreneurs view purchasing e-commerce insurance as
The Space The Enterprise/SaaS space is hot spot for startups. In 2017, SaaS companies captured 69% of a 63.2 billion dollar public cloud services market. We work with several companies building enterprise/SaaS solutions, ranging from data collection to “consultative sales” to outpatient management and all done in the cloud.