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cyberattacks
Hospitality & Restaurants

Hotels Are a Target for Cyberattacks

The last thing your hotel guests want to discover is that your computer system suffered a cyber breach and all their personal information was leaked. The hospitality industry continues to be a target for cyberattacks due to the wealth of e-info it amasses—credit cards, names, addresses, just to name a few. When a cyberattack hits, the damage can go from bad to worse: from stolen data and locked software to costly fines and major damage control of a brand name. The threat of cybercrimes is so high that we’ve developed three useful white papers to share with your insureds.

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Liquor Liability
Hospitality & Restaurants, Risk Insight

Liquor Liability Risk Management Tips

Restaurant owners and managers should be implementing best business practices to help mitigate their operation’s alcohol-related risks. According to a report from the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth (CAMY)  54.3% of binge drinkers who reported driving after their most recent binge-drinking episode drank in an on-premises, retail, alcohol-serving establishment such as a bar, club, or restaurant.

Please download the liquor liability risk management tip sheet to share with your restaurant insureds.

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Restaurant- Kitchen
Hospitality & Restaurants, Sustainability

Earth Month Spotlight: Restaurants

Last week we took a look at hotels that were making major sustainability efforts to reduce their environmental impact. This week we will visit another important hospitality industry that is making major improvements in how they do business. Restaurants are quickly learning the importance of sustainability, from using local and seasonal produce to prioritizing waste management and energy efficiency.

These changes can produce a significant positive impact, not only on the environment but also on a restaurant’s bottom line and employee morale. According to dinegreen.com, 80 percent of Americans identify themselves as environmentally concerned. A dedicated sector of this group is driving a 20 percent annual growth in the $11 billion organic food industry—no small potatoes.

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