Marsh Offers e-Business Security Assessments, Insurance through Web

July 2000
Financial Executive;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p59
Academic Journal
The article reports the availability of online assessments of e-business security from Marsh Inc. Free of charge, the assessments are delivered via the Internet after a firm fills out a 67-question survey related to several areas including personnel, third-party relationships, and networks. Companies may also apply for e-business insurance from Marsh online.


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