Introducing the Cybercrime Equation

A crime triangle considers three factors that bring about crime:  the offender committing the crime, the victim, and the opportunity.  Offender + Victim + Opportunity = Crime. This equation was originally identified for the physical world, but it has...

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Protect Your Wine and Spirit Collections

The value of private wine and spirit collections is estimated to be between $5 and $10 billion, and much of that is uninsured. Even a modest collection of wine and or spirits should be protected. This Forbes Q & A covers some important considerations...

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Noteworthy Cybercrime Statistics

The price paid for global cybercrime is in the billions and it effects individuals, families, and businesses. Cybersecurity breaches, ransomware, social media, manufacturing systems, and smart phones are just some of the points of vulnerability.

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National Flood Insurance Program Reform

The current state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is set to expire in May. A major reform is being debated in Congress which would include an overhaul of mortgage disclosures, flood mapping, and a modernized rating plan to more accurat...

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Cyber Risk Increasing for High Net-Worth Families

As the use of technology increases, so does exposure to cyber-crime.  Successful families in particular are becoming attractive targets for cyber criminals.  However, there are proactive measures that can be taken to reduce risk.  Read about ways to ...

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