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October 2015 | Austbrokers Terrace Insurance | Adelaide | Melbourne

As bush fire season closes rapidly!

As bush fire season closes rapidly!

Understanding bush fire Every fire is different.Understanding how a fire behaves will help you to understand how to prepare your property.A more intense fire will generate more heat, be harder to control and cause more damage than a smaller or less intense fire. Fire intensity depends on three main factors: vegetation, weather and topography. VegetationVegetation […]

More Cyber commentary

More Cyber commentary

Some cyber data to consider We appreciate the proliferation of ‘cyber’ artcles that are saturating insurance publications of recent times. What this does tell consumers is that it is topical for a reason, and has been clearly identified as the peril all of us are exposed to like never before. Our team can help you […]

Lloyd’s identifies emerging risk

Lloyd’s identifies emerging risk

Lloyds comment on ‘new risk’ The latest Lloyd’s emerging risk report has been released as the global player takes an in-depth look at accumulations of liability risk and how big data analytics can be used to help manage the threat. The report looks at the difficulties in predicting accumulated liability risk and “the potential to […]

Hate to be at their next family ‘get together’ !

Hate to be at their next family ‘get together’ !

‘The Auntie Christ’ The woman who sued her 12-year-old nephew for causing her to fall and break her wrist while enthusiastically trying to hug her is pointing to insurance companies as the reason behind her unpopular decision. New York City woman Jennifer Connell, 54, has been the target of an outpouring of criticism on social […]

Cyclone season!

Cyclone season!

Cyclone warning! The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has revealed the cyclone forecast for the 2015-2016 season and fewer tropical cyclones are expected, compared with the historical average. The El Niño weather cycle currently gripping the country typically reduces the number of cyclones and it looks as though this season will be no different. “The Australian […]

10 things to know in respect to Cloud security

10 things to know in respect to Cloud security

Cloud security – some vital information If we’re talking about the cloud, we have to talk about security. It seems that every time the cloud is brought up in the enterprise, the conversation to follow is focused on how secure, or not secure, it really is. Some would have you believe the cloud is safer […]

10 things to know in respect to Cloud security

10 things to know in respect to Cloud security

Cloud security – some vital information If we’re talking about the cloud, we have to talk about security. It seems that every time the cloud is brought up in the enterprise, the conversation to follow is focused on how secure, or not secure, it really is. Some would have you believe the cloud is safer […]

Australia remains vulnerable

Australia remains vulnerable

Natural disasters a problem natural disaster, roundtable  prev next Australia’s prominent disaster resilience organisation warns that Australia remains among the most vulnerable nations to natural disaster, despite being one of the world’s most developed. The Australian Business Roundtable for Disaster Resilience & Safer Communities called for further action to raise awareness of Australia’s increasing […]

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