News | 10 Nov 2017

Don’t let ransomware hold your computer hostage

In March 2017, sixteen senators of the Pa. Democratic Caucas arrived at their Harrisburg offices to find that they could not access their computer network.  In a second high profile incident occurring in early May, thousands of users around the globe came face-to-face with a cyber-worm named, “Wannacry”. Exploiting a vulnerability in obsolete software, Wannacry …

News | 10 Nov 2017

Fentanyl – Extreme exposure hazard for law enforcement

In the course of performing their duties, law enforcement professionals can come into contact with drug substances in various formulations and potencies.  Most traditional drugs of abuse such as marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine pose minimal danger if handled with basic precautions (e.g., wear impermeable gloves such as nitrile and avoid inhaling any powder).  In contrast, …

News | 20 Oct 2017

3 Blind Spots in Municipal Insurance Coverage

Why It’s Important to Keep a 360° Perspective When customizing insurance coverage for a public entity, it can be difficult to know what you need and what you don’t. Healthcare and workers’ compensation coverage are on everyone’s “must have” lists, but other coverage needs can easily fall into dangerous insurance blind spots. Don’t wait until …