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Crime at Work

Risk Management by CH Insurance helps you avoid exposure to criminal activity at work

Today we're talking Risk Management. Part of Risk Management is mitigating your risk in the case of fraudulent activity within your business. It might be hard to imagine any employee or officer in your organization committing a crime against your business. It happens. But insuring yourself against crime goes beyond potential criminal activity of employees. It also can include external threats like criminal gangs, robbery of product in transit, and computer hackers.

Guarding against external threats

To guard against external threats, sound risk management means training employees to understand and implement safe computing. Here are some ways to do that:

  1. Logging-off at the end of the day

  2. Locking their stations when away from their desk

  3. Avoiding suspicious emails 

As part of company policy, you can restrict employee access to certain data and system applications. Not everyone needs access to everything. Protect your data. There are a number of cyber liability insurance products available and we can walk you through the smartest options that best fit your business.

Ensuring safety within your own walls

If you're a business owner and have employees, the threat of crime within your business exists. Risk Management is a balance of being smart when you're buying insurance coupled with being strategic and having practices and procedures in place to mitigate risk - along with having a watchful eye! Insurance policy language matters and what you buy to protect your business matters. That's where we come in. We walk you through some of the possibilities and pitfalls that could exist in your business and show you how to sheer up your protection and reduce risk. At CH Insurance, we're in your corner!

CH Insurance is an independent insurance agency based in downtown Syracuse, NY. This year they're celebrating their 20th Anniversary of protecting your business and all that's important to you personally. Read some of their True Stories on Social media and throughout this blog. You can also contact them by phoning 315-234-7500.


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