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Cybersecurity Guidance for Remote Workers: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Risk Advisory

Lacy Rex

Visit and bookmark the Oswald COVID-19 Resource Center. Working from home (WFH) or teleworking will remain business as usual for the foreseeable future with COVID-19 gaining momentum in the US and across the globe. Businesses have scrambled to adjust to this new normal. WFH has strained IT department resources and…

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Personal Cybersecurity During The COVID-19 Pandemic: Tips to Protect You and Your Family

Kim Lucarelli

Visit and bookmark the Oswald COVID-19 Resource Center. Like us, we’re certain you’ve been impacted by the media activity that has inundated the online news reports, your favorite websites and your email accounts. During these uncertain times, most of us are eager to stay current on the latest news about…

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Directors and Officers, EPL and Cyber Risk: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Risk Advisory

Visit and bookmark the Oswald COVID-19 Resource Center. COVID-19 is an event-driven exposure that will likely result in Directors and Officers (D&O) claims. Download the Oswald Executive Risk Advisory below for urgent information on concerns regarding: D&O Employment Practices Liability (EPL) Crime Cyber risks If you have any questions, please…

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Cyber Crime in 2020 and How to Protect Your Organization: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Risk Advisory

Lacy Rex

Visit and bookmark the Oswald COVID-19 Resource Center. With heightened tensions overseas, pandemic worries, and new vulnerabilities being exploited, cyber crime has permeated every aspect of our lives. By committing to cybersecurity as a priority in the beginning of the year, organizations can focus on being more vigilant and better…

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Kimberly Ferenchak Recognized as 2020 Risk & Insurance® Power Broker®

CLEVELAND – March 2, 2020 – Oswald Companies is proud to announce that Kimberly Ferenchak has been recognized as 2020 Risk & Insurance Power Broker® in an annual listing of the most influential commercial insurance brokers by the professional trade magazine. Kimberly Ferenchak is Senior Vice President and Practice Leader…

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David Jacobs to Lead Baldwin Wallace University Panel on Enterprise Risk Management

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CLEVELAND – Feb. 19 – David Jacobs, President and Chief Operating Officer at Oswald Companies, will moderate at Baldwin Wallace University’s “Analytics: Enterprise Risk Management” panel discussion. The event, taking place Tuesday, Feb. 25 at Baldwin Wallace University’s Center for Innovation and Growth, will focus on the different types of…

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Cybersecurity 2019: Challenges and Changes: Sept. 26 Seminar

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Does your company understand the current landscape of cyber crime and security? Is there a continuity plan in place for response from a legal, forensic and regulatory perspective? Join us Thursday, Sept. 26 at The Country Club, for a panel discussion as we unpack the complicated topics surrounding cyber, potential…

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Threats and Trends in Cyber Crime: How to Protect Your Organization

Lacy Rex

Cyber crime is a booming business for criminals. Businesses of all sizes are being targeted for scams that range from tech support scams, 401(k) disbursement scams, and phishing attacks. Crime as a Service (CaaS) allows criminals to purchase software and lowers the bar for entry into cyber crime. This offering…

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Cybersecurity Aug. 20 Forum: Changes and Trends for 2019

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Does your company have the proper security, insurance, legal and compliance framework to prevent cybercrime in 2019—or mitigate potential damage from it? Join us in Cincinnati, Tuesday Aug. 20 at Kenwood Country Club, for an important presentation and panel discussion on the latest developments in business cybersecurity. Agenda Introduction: 8:00…

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Deciphering the Difference Between Cyber Insurance and Cyber Crime

Dale Kaprosy

It looked like a routine, harmless email from the organization’s IT consultant reminding employees to change their computer passwords to safeguard against hackers; a fairly standard procedure for companies looking to protect their data and computer systems from an attack with cyber insurance. The problem was the email wasn’t from…

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