Entries by TruShield Insurance

Tips on how to recover from a cyber breach

As a small business owner, you might not think about cyber attacks on a regular basis. However, they’re more relatable than you think. Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020, the Canadian Centre of Cybersecurity reported that just over four in ten Canadians experience at least one type of cybersecurity incident. A cyber breach […]

Phishing 101: What To Look Out For

You don’t always need a sophisticated hack to gain access to into a business’ database. In fact, all it could take is one click in an email to compromise your data security. Fraudulent emails, phone calls, and text messages are all common mediums for phishing attacks that cybercriminals use to hack and steal sensitive information. […]

Best practices and tips to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on the manufacturing floor

HOW TO MAINTAIN PHYSICAL DISTANCING: Do not congregate near doorways, hallways, walkways, parking lots, break rooms, locker rooms, washrooms, time clock stations, etc. Stay away from crowded areas such as hallways, break rooms, locker rooms, or work stations. Consider taking your break or lunch outside away from busy break rooms. Follow all posted occupancy limits […]

Important infection control strategies for restaurants

As temperatures climb, Canadians are looking forward to patio season—but this year the restaurant experience will look a lot different with COVID-19 still circulating. When shelter-in-place orders came into effect in mid-March, restaurants were forced to shut their doors. Many turned to delivery services and curbside pickup to survive. Fast-forward a few months later, and […]

Infection control tips for retailers

As provinces are slowly starting to reopen non-essential services, including retail shops, the question of how to do so while keeping staff and customers safe has sprung up. Before ushering customers back into stores to peruse your shelves, consider the following infection control steps. Communication is key Start by clearly communicating any new practices and […]