By Geraldine Plott, CPCU, FCLA, SCLA, AIC, ARM, AIS, AINS, CIIP, DAE, CLP-A A recent article from the Bank of America stated that our industry, as well as all businesses, are not alone in the fight against cybercrime. Colleges and universities have unique characteristics that make them a prime target to cybercrime. This is evidenced

By Mark Coberly As I peruse my Facebook page and see the many members of IAIP post pictures and videos of their beloved pets, of which I am the biggest offender, I often wonder, “Are those pets covered by insurance?” If you attended the IAIP Convention in Louisville, you would probably remember the speech I

By Katharine M. Nohr, J.D. The final frontier is not just a playground for astronauts, scientists, and billionaires but also a complex arena where risk meets innovation. As humanity’s endeavors in outer space become more ambitious, encompassing everything from satellite launches to space tourism, the role of insurance in mitigating the financial risks associated with

Brenda McDermott, CPCU, CLP, SCLA, CIIP, SCLA, ARM, AIDA, AIC Dan Roth, Editor-in-Chief of LinkedIn when he appeared on the Today Show on February 8 indicated that more and more employers and corporations are looking at the skills a job candidate has to offer over their educational degree. He feels this is a trend that

by Sue Quimby, CPCU, AU, CIC, CPIW, CLP, DAEMSO, Inc. The United States is currently experiencing the worst drug crisis in its history, exacerbated by the pandemic lockdowns and increased trafficking at our borders. The crisis impacts individuals, families, and society as a whole. Helping clients understand the prevalence and dangers of drug overdoses is