What to Do After a Data Breach

The Equifax data breach has garnered a lot of news, and rightly so as it affected millions of consumers. The US Federal Trade Commission has released an article on five things consumers should do after a data breach. There are steps to take to help protect your information from being misused. Visit Equifax’s website, www.equifaxsecurity2017.com.…

Cyber Security Resources

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and we’re doing a series of blog articles on Cyber Security. The US Department of Homeland Security has a wealth of resources freely available to the public on their website. Here’s some direct links to PDF documents on a variety of cyber security subjects. Social Media Guide Cybersecurity…

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Homeland Security has named October National Cyber Security Month. Themes for 2017 have been announced! Week 1: October 2-6 – Theme: Simple Steps to Online Safety. All members of the public can take some simple actions to protect themselves online and to recover in the event a cyber incident occurs. Week 1 will address the…

Restoring Your Business After a Flood

Floods can be miserable ordeals, even with extensive preparation. They can spring up with little to no warning and saddle you with the responsibility of a lengthy, expensive restoration period. Your business could be underwater in a flash, and you could be faced with mounting repair bills and extended interruption to your business. But floods…

House Passes Changes to Overtime Rules

On May 2, 2017, the House of Representatives passed the Working Families Flexibility Act (also known as H.R. 1180). If approved, H.R. 1180 would authorize private employers to offer compensatory time instead of overtime pay for nonexempt employees who work more than 40 hours per week. H.R. 1180 still needs approval from the Senate and…

Memorial Day Safe Travel Tips

Traditionally, Memorial Day Weekend is the official start of the summer travel season. Unfortunately, it’s also become known as one of the busiest, and deadliest, weekends for travel. Numerous studies show that traffic violations and fatalities increase around Memorial Day. Here are a few tips to make your holiday travel easier, and safer. By Air…

Hurricane Safety Tips

Ocean City, Maryland officially recognized the week of May 7-13, 2017 as National Hurricane Preparedness Week. Here's a short video with the National Weather Service's basic hurricane preparedness tips: http://www.weather.gov/media/wrn/MP4/2017HurricanePrepWeekThemeSummary.mp4 Here are some additional resources you can reference to increase your family's safety: National Weather Service (weather.gov) Hurricane Preparedness Page Ready.Gov Family Emergency Communication Plan…

Pathway to Violence – Warning Signs and What You Can Do

On March 22, 2017 the Ocean City Hotel Motel Restaurant Association hosted a Terrorism Awareness Session for businesses in Ocean City and Surrounding Areas. James M. Schwartz who is a Task Force Officer in the Joint Terrorism Task Force with the FBI presented information to many local businesses on what to look out for and…

Deeley Group Serves – The Philanthropic Arm of Deeley Group

Deeley Group Serves was recently formed as the employee led philanthropic arm of Deeley Insurance Group. Deeley Group surveyed our team on how to improve our culture and workplace. We had an overwhelming response for better ways to give back to our amazing community. We are incredibly lucky to work near the beach and for…