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Threat Intelligence highlights from October

In this new Threat Intelligence report, we discuss some of the latest cyber risks, including Chinese involvement in U.S. hardware hacks; a study that reveals the ease at which criminals are using legitimate email credentials; a Canadian university that recovered $10.9 million in an $11.8 million fraud scheme; millions of voter registration records listed for sale ahead of the 2018 mid-term elections; companies impersonated by hackers in phishing schemes; and ransomware-as-a-service that is now offering exploit kits to users. 

ABRC's golfers win $28,000 for Interfaith Outreach in the Chubb Charity Challenge

After winning the Minnesota regional Chubb Charity Challenge golfing event, our golfing foursome has finished in seventh place and won $28,000 for Interfaith Outreach in the national finals in Kiawah, SC. We competed with 45 teams from across the U.S. and Canada. Congratulations to our foursome of business insurance consultants Sean McBride, Sean Smith, Mike Korf and Carl Godziek. 

  • Violence in the workplace: Preparing for and dealing with the aftermath

    While you should do everything possible to reduce the chance of violence occurring in your workplace, what do you do once it occurs? Did you know that, in some cases, you have to put OSHA on notice within eight hours of the act of violence? And how do you deal with the fallout with your customers, your workflows, and, most importantly, your other employees?

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