Mike Tiffany and John Ashton launched this company as mere boys. In those early days, Ashton Tiffany was the risk management equivalent of a neighborhood lemonade stand. If you came to the AT offices—that is, if you approached John and Mike’s folding table at the end of the cul-de-sac—the risks they could help you with were simple, prosaic even: skinned knees, cooties, unequal Hot Wheels trades, etc.
If you’re a meteorologist, there are always going to be multi-colored splotches and splatters on your Doppler radar screen. The trick is knowing which ones are worth your attention, and which ones you can ignore.
Cyber security. You’ve been hearing that phrase for years now. You’ve seen the headlines when big firms suffer a security breach. Perhaps you’ve wondered how secure your own information is, whether you were doing enough to protect it, and what would happen if ever your IT systems or processes came under serious attack.