Author Archives: The Society Insurance Team

About The Society Insurance Team

Your business is your livelihood, and it’s our job to do all we can to help you protect it. By choosing Society, you’re not only getting one of the most comprehensive plans for your business, but a partner dedicated to your company’s continued success.

Gas Station Insurance Coverage for Fuel Tank Contamination (Video)

Customers expect to pull into a gas station, fill their tank quickly and leave without a second thought about the fuel they just pumped into their vehicle. Gas station and convenience store owners expect the same. But if that fuel is contaminated it can cause serious engine damage, affect a gas station’s reputation and cost the business owner thousands of dollars.

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The Complete Guide to Managing Stress at Work

This entry is part 9 of 5 in the series Health & Wellness

With the demands of work and other priorities, wellness may take a back seat. However, simple mini-exercises and getting a good night’s sleep could be just what you need to reduce stress and clear your mind for a more productive day.

Exercising – An Effective Stress Management Technique

Wellness is very important to us at Society. Many departments have developed short workouts that they do at their desks every day. Try these exercises at your desk to get your blood flowing and muscles toned.

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Business Email Etiquette Basics

Emails are a convenient way to communicate, but sometimes email exchanges take place too quickly and can leave you second-guessing your message. Even worse, your message may be misinterpreted. The key is to make sure you are communicating effectively and professionally via email.

Follow these 6 email etiquette tips:

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PCI DSS Compliance and Cyber Liability Insurance

This entry is part of 17 in the series Data Security

Did you know that businesses are required to implement a set of security standards to protect credit card data?

Did you also know that banks and credit card companies can impose fines and penalties on your business if you fail to maintain these requirements? (more…)

2017 Year in Review: Top 5 Webinars for Small Businesses

Our risk management team is committed to identifying dangers that could result in financial loss or injury – and providing thoughtful solutions to keep your workplace safe and profitable. In 2017, Society’s risk control experts conducted webinars to share their insight and safety resources. (more…)

Cyber Liability Insurance – Privacy Breach Response Coverage (Video)

This entry is part 1 of 17 in the series Data Security

A privacy breach that exposes sensitive customer information can be high-impact for all businesses. But it can be especially devastating for a small business, causing significant financial strain and irreparable harm to your reputation. So, what are the odds of a breach happening at your business? (more…)

Upgrade Your Internet Security: Risky Cyber Behaviors to Avoid

This entry is part 2 of 17 in the series Data Security

Every business has an expectation to protect sensitive information, and every employee plays a key role in preventing cybersecurity incidents.

Below are five of the most common data security mistakes leading to data breaches. Employees should halt these practices immediately to reduce the likelihood of a breach.

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The Risks of Serving Flaming Alcohol (It’s a Bad Idea)

This entry is part of 11 in the series Fire Prevention

Some bars and restaurants are eager to ignite an exciting atmosphere by mixing liquor with fire. Whether it’s setting shots ablaze or pouring flaming liquor cascades, each method has one thing in common: severe risk.

While there are liquor liability concerns and challenges just with serving alcohol alone, flaming drinks introduce a greater degree of dangers: (more…)

Password Security Tips

This entry is part 3 of 17 in the series Data Security

A recent study analyzed 10 million passwords leaked in various data breaches throughout 2016. The most common password, once again, is ‘123456.’ A whopping 17% of users trust ‘123456’ to safeguard their online accounts! The study also found that four of the top 10 most common passwords were six characters or less. Brute-forcing techniques will have those passwords cracked in seconds.

Don’t fall into this trap. If your passwords are common and easy for you to remember, they’re likely to be easy for hackers as well. Use these password tips to keep your data secure. (more…)