With record-setting numbers of cyberattacks occurring each day, businesses are stumped as to how they can avoid becoming the next target.
Whether your credit card was lost and used, or you've suffered from a full blown identity theft, the experience can be frightening.
After the United States experienced the worst outbreak of avian flu in American history in 2015, the industry is looking to better protect itself this time around. Here’s what you need to know.
Identity theft is no laughing matter. Thieves can open new credit cards in your name, cash in your tax refund and even use your medical insurance for treatment.
Two of Medigap's most popular options are on the chopping block for 2020 due to a new law barring their coverage in Medicare part B deductibles—but what does this mean for you?
New reporting regulations are effective January 1, 2017. What has to be published? According to OSHA as of “Jan. 1, 2017, [OSHA]requires certain employers to electronically submit injury and illness data that they are already required to record on their onsite OSHA Injury and Illness forms.” This is covered employers who have 250 or more employees. According to the guidance: OSHA will provide a secure website that offers three options for data submission. First, users will be able to manually enter data into a webform. Second, users will be able to upload a CSV file to process single or multiple establishments at the same time. Last, users of automated recordkeeping systems will have the ability to transmit data electronically via …
Healthcare benefits have become a major point of interest to current and prospective employees when it pertains to a company's culture, but they can also be difficult to manage within human resources departments.
You've taken extra steps to ensure your clients' credit and banking information is safe. Think that makes you safe from cybercrime? Think again.