TEKRiSQ accepted into 2022 CyberTech|X Cohort in Tampa

https://www.tampabaywave.org/2022/01/meet-the-15-cybersecurity-startups-in-tampa-bay-waves-2022-cybertechx-accelerator-cohort/

Property Casualty 360: TEKRiSQ’s 5 Myths About Insuring Cyber Risks

Do you know these five myths about insuring cyber risks? By Dean Mechlowitz | October 07, 2021 at 12:00 AM Independent agents and brokers serving small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) must keep up with twists and turns in cyber risk and cyber insurance. If they don’t, their clients and prospects can turn to “do it yourself”...

Service in Fast Decline in Small Business Insurance

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RED ALERT: Doing Business in CALIFORNIA? CCPA is Here to Stay

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Definition: Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is defined as the body of technologies, processes and practices designed to protect networks, computers, programs and data from attack, damage or unauthorized access. Elements of cybersecurity include: Application security. Information security. Network security and more.

South Carolina Data Breach Laws

South Carolina Data Breach Laws: When You Can Be Fined South Carolina's Financial Identity Fraud and Identity Theft Protection Act requires businesses to notify their customers about a data breach and inform consumer reporting agencies when the breach affects more than 1,000 SC residents. Businesses can be fined $1,000 per consumer affected...

North Carolina Data Breach Laws: Reporting Requirements

North Carolina businesses that suffer a data breach must notify affected NC residents by mail, phone, or email as soon as possible. If the security breach affects more than 500,000 people, or the cost of notification exceeds $250,000, other means of notification can be used (e.g., public service announcements). If a breach impacts...

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