As K–12 schools increase their use of digital tools and services, the number of cyber incidents will also continue to rise. The map to the left shows all cybersecurity-related incidents reported for U.S. K-12 public schools and districts from January 2016 to October 2017.
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When it comes to major change in healthcare policy, it can feel like you’re being thrown off balance. Staying on top of what’s coming and learning how to prepare can be a challenge in itself, and trying to keep it all upright is undoubtedly a tricky task. In our latest e-book, William F. Jessee, MD, FACMPE, facilitates the conversation surrounding how to progress during times of change—but it’s going to take skill and patience.
Colorado Judicial Department files containing 620,945 names with corresponding Social Security numbers and dates of birth were exposed on the department’s internal intranet.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top 3 market headlines: Small Business Optimism Spikes, Federal Reserve Follows Through on Rate Increase, Stock Sector Correlations Decline
Winter storms can create devastating damage in your community - and produce severe health issues for individuals due to exposure to the elements. And your business is at risk for even more unique challenges. Snow can completely destroy a building, damage power lines or - if melting - can cause flooding. Are you prepared? UPDATED: December 2017
Ransomware is a common form of extortion and is a malicious software that blocks access to a victim's data by locking a system or encrypting data until the victim agrees to pay a ransom. Some versions threaten to delete the data or release confidential information to the public. Learn what triggers a cyber policy and what you can do to protect your business.
The medical science around the long-term effect of TBI on athletes is evolving. No consensus exists on the correlation between sports related concussions (SRC), sub-concussive events, the onset of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), and the manifestation of mental injuries.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act requires applicable large employers (“ALEs”) to offer affordable, minimum value coverage to substantially all full-time employees, or to pay penalties. The IRS has begun assessing penalties, referred to as Employer Shared Responsibility Payments (“ESRPs”), on ALEs that failed to offer coverage in accordance with the ESR mandate in 2015. To assist employers in understanding the process associated with receiving a ESRP letter (via Letter 226J) and the possible courses of action that they may take, we have developed an Employer Shared Responsibility Payment Toolkit. The toolkit consists of an article, employer FAQs, a flowchart that provides fundamental information needed to understand and respond to an ESRP letter, as well as, matrices to assist employers in understanding the codes and the transitional relief that was available in 2015 Form 1095-C filings – all of which is essential for employers to evaluate and properly respond to a penalty assessment letter from the IRS.
Unfortunately, entry into confined spaces frequently results in serious injury or death, not only to the initial entrant but to would-be, untrained rescuers.
Standard liability and property insurance policies have excluded coverage for claims associated with pollution events since 1985, leaving significant coverage gaps in insurance programs throughout the U.S.