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Compliance Bulletin: OSHA’s SST-16 Inspection Plan Targets Worksites Based on 2016 Reports

OVERVIEW On Oct. 16, 2018, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) launched a “site-specific targeting” (SST) plan that uses employer-submitted data from 2016 to select non-construction worksites for […]
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What You Need to Know About GDPR

Have you noticed an increase in updated privacy policy emails in your inbox? It may have something to do with a new compliance requirement known as General Data Protection […]
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OSHA Compliance Bulletin:

On April 30, 2018, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced it will require all establishments affected by the electronic reporting rule to submit their 2017 data to […]
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How to Save Your Identity Following the Equifax Breach

You’ve almost certainly already heard that Equifax, one of the largest credit monitoring companies in the country, lost the personal information of over 143 million Americans (and more than […]
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Do your homework on home work

Every business should have cyber policies in place that address remote working scenarios. Think it’s unnecessary because you don’t have a team of remote employees already on staff? What […]
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Are New Online Safety Regulations Coming to Your State?

As New York goes, so goes the nation? With regards to cyber security regulations for insurers, that may prove to be true. On March 1st, New York adopted new […]
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Cyber Resilience—Does Your Company Have What it Takes to Bounce Back After an Attack?

The odds are not good. A new IBM/Ponemon Institute study claims 66 percent of organizations would not recover from a cyberattack. This ability to recover—dubbed “cyber resilience”—is defined as […]
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It’s Time to Fight Back. Why Proactive Cybersecurity is Mandatory

Cyber risk is beginning to equal or even eclipse some types of physical risk. But here’s the challenge: cyberattacks are ever-evolving. Just as we begin to understand how to […]
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Looks like the ruling is ready to go. Are you ready?

Courts recently rejected a request for preliminary injunction, or delay, of OSHA’s new “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses” rules, despite revisions that may apply. Specific provisions that […]
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You’re Just One Incident Away From Supply Chain Disruption

Somewhere there’s a snow storm raging, a riot just getting underway or political unrest that will cause a breakdown in communication. All three scenarios could suddenly become your problem […]
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