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Security in CHSI Connections: How Secure is Your Insurance Management Software?

In the quest to stay competitive, many small and mid-size insurance organizations are improving their processes by moving to cloud applications and agile databases. These organizations have learned that manual entries and spreadsheets are prone to human error. In addition, older systems limit user access and make collaboration difficult. These issues can be resolved with…

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Can Cities Survive the Latest Ransomware Assaults?

Public entities and municipalities may be more vulnerable to cyberattacks, but creating a safe computing environment is possible. It doesn’t have to be “Cyber Month” to recognize that the dark side of technology is currently infiltrating self-insured municipalities: ransomware attacks. Ransomware attacks occur when criminals break into an organization’s IT systems, encrypt as much data…

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How to Easily Transition to SaaS Technology For Your Business

If your organization is sitting on piles of legacy data or if your company is facing the need for a costly server update or configuration, then you have probably heard about cloud-based insurance company software as an alternative to your current processes. However, making the switch to the cloud is daunting for a variety of…

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CHSI Connections Recognized as a Top 10 Risk Management Solution Provider for 2018

“Having less access to sophisticated resources doesn’t make a small firm any less of an insurance company. Even a company underwriting $10 million dollars in premium has to operate in the same manner as does a large insurance firm,” says Lee Mashore, Chief Product Officer of CHSI Technologies.   Click here to read more:  Digital Magazine Link  

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CHSI Technologies Issues Statement on Recent Malware Concerns

  HENDERSON, NV—July 10, 2017–CHSI Technologies, Inc., a provider of core enterprise-class software that uses Microsoft technologies, is concerned about the recent WannaCrypt attacks. After conducting a formal security audit to analyze the threat(s), CHSI Technologies reports that it is not susceptible/vulnerable to this particular (or any other known) threat. By design, all CHSI Technologies’…

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