Lisa Heppler Explains How Remote Work Impacts Business Insurance for Az Business
Work from home has become a way of life for many businesses this year due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. In a recent article for Az Business, Executive Vice President Lisa Heppler shared how remote work has affected businesses’ insurance coverages.
Lisa emphasizes the importance of businesses securing strong cyber liability coverage with a remote workforce. Because many employees are working from home Wi-Fi networks and devices that may not include enterprise-level security protocols, cyber risks have increased. In addition to robust cyber coverage, businesses ought to consider additional cyber-risk training so employees know how to spot potential scams and cybersecurity issues.
The new normal of remote work has created several new challenges and risks for businesses of all industries. The team at Lovitt & Touché can help you determine the best coverages and solutions to meet your unique needs. Learn more about our full suite of business insurance solutions.