The SCIDSA is a state law that was enacted in 2018 and became effective on January 1, 2019. The law applies to all licensed insurance entities in South Carolina, including insurers, agents, brokers, and other entities that are authorized to operate under the state’s insurance laws. No matter the size of your business, if you are an insurance entity licensed in the state of South Carolina, then SCIDSA applies to you. Learn more here.
Many businesses give their employees the flexibility to employ technology to work from home. Companies may find themselves allowing employees to install VPN clients on the employee’s personal device or employing even more questionable practices.
For most businesses, the corporate boundaries have expanded over time. The traditional office has now morphed into a hub-and-spoke model with an increasing number of employees working remotely. This shift to remote work isn't new. Between 2005 and 2018, there was a 173% rise in the US remote workforce. The trend spiked in 2020 when 88% of organizations worldwide encouraged remote work to flatten the pandemic's spread.