Crime Shield Plus Application
Crime Shield Plus Renewal Application
Crime Shield Plus RIBO Application
Computer Systems Fraud - Supplemental Application
Client Coverage - Supplemental Application
Fidelity Form 14: Long Form Application
Fidelity Form 14: Short Form Renewal Application
Fidelity Form 14: Mutual Fund Dealers & Investment Managers
Fidelity Form 14: Supplemental Questionnaire Application for Financial Institutions
Fidelity Form 14: Supplemental Questionnaire Application re: Agents
Fidelity Form 24: Bank & Trust Company Bond
Fidelity Form 24: Short Form Application
Fidelity Form 25: Insurance Company Bond
Fidelity Form 25: Short Form Application
Fidelity Form 25: Supplemental Application for Life Insurance Company - Agents Questionnaire
3-D Application for Law Firms
3-D Renewal Application for Law Firms
Automated Mechanical Device Supplemental Application
Fraudulently Induced Transfers - Social Engineering Fraud - Supplemental Application
Are you a broker seeking more information for Corporate Insurance?
Vendor, client and executive Impersonation fraud are just some examples of social engineering fraud loss.
Social engineering fraud ought to be on the radar of every company and their board.
A few basic controls will help mitigate the fraudster’s chance of success.
This two part series will debunk your preconceived notions as to why you feel you may not need crime insurance.
Crime insurance is about anticipating exposure and a part of the necessary due-diligence to ensure business continuity after a loss.
Spear-phishing – targeted, fraudulent emails intended to appear genuine and from trustworthy sources – is the proximate cause of most Social Engineering Fraud losses.
Knowing the distinctions between the various types of fraud is key to understanding the scope of potential coverage available under your commercial crime policy.
Get professional advice on your insurance options.
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