Cyber Risk Insurance

Cyber insurance first emerged in the late 1990s as a response to Y2K concerns. Since then, there has been an escalation in the reliance on technology, and the cyber risks of doing business have exponentially increased. It is still an emerging area of risk and insurance, and not all policies are created equally. There is…

Travel Insurance – Changes and Pitfalls

Anyone who is travel savvy buys Travel Insurance when they’re venturing on a trip because they know that it can be a life saver. What could be more reassuring? Cover for all those unexpected dramas that could cost you thousands, like emergency medical expenses, lost and stolen baggage, flight delays and cancellations. Even legal expenses…

Does the Corporate Veil still protect Directors?

Directors are starting to see why the ATO introduced Single Touch Payroll. This data has enabled the ATO to identify businesses, who are not complying with their responsibilities for Superannuation Guarantee (SGC) and PAYG withholding tax obligations. With the recent introduction of new legislation, the ATO will be allowed to collect estimates of anticipated GST…

Income Protection for Business Owners

All business owners have a lot of challenges, but many fail to contemplate what might happen if their business is suddenly unable to trade. From illness or injury to a fire at your supplier’s warehouse, there are many ways that your profit generation could be suddenly halted. While there are many rewards to being a…

A Centuries Old Crime, Digitally Enhanced

Scams aimed at manipulating individuals for fraudulent purposes have been occurring for centuries, but this deception has now well and truly moved into the digital world. Social engineering, in the context of information security, refers to psychological manipulation of people into performing actions or divulging confidential information for the purpose of a broad spectrum of…