News & Updates
The workers’ compensation and health benefits programs are well funded and in strong positions to return some equity to its members. So that’s exactly what ASCIP is doing!
Given the urgent needs many schools are facing, in an effort to assist our membership, the Executive Committee announced an early premium rebate (dividend) of $24 million
Electronic funds transfer (EFT) fraud and cyber attacks are closely related, as most EFT fraud starts with an email communication. With good spam/ malware software in place, most of us don’t realize how many dangerous emails are actually being sent to us. It is estimated that 80% of all email are spam related. Let’s explain the terms.
There has been a substantial increase in Electronic Funds Transfers (EFT) fraud attacks in recent months, specifically by way of a method known as social engineering. Social Engineering is the psychological manipulation of people into performing actions or divulging confidential information. During the pandemic environment, in which much of our business is being conducted remotely, these Social Engineering acts of manipulating someone to “voluntarily” electronically send a perpetrator money are increasing in size and frequency. These EFT fraud attacks usually start with a phishing email or a phone call.