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Ohio Gears Up Cyber Soldiers for Virtual Defense Tactics in 2020

Cyberattacks in Ohio have disrupted airport flight displays, led to the shutdown of a help line during a winter storm and cut off access to police investigation reports temporarily. The Buckeye State is fighting back. Its first volunteer cyber reservists …

PG&E Sees Up to $6.3 Billion in Costs From Fires, Bankruptcy

PG&E Corp., the California, that went bankrupt in January after its equipment sparked deadly wildfires, expects as much as $6.3 billion in after-tax costs from the blazes, its Chapter 11 case and the recent blackouts. The troubled power giant reported …

Public Adjusters Winning Broad Support for Licensing as Carriers Fret About Inflated Claims

While the insurance industry has been ringing alarm bells about inflated claims pushed by overzealous public adjusters, an organization pushing to make independent claim adjusters more professional is winning support from both Republicans and Democrats in statehouses across the nation. …