Parts of California and the West are already in drought conditions, as the hope for spring rain fades, which could lead to another severe fire season.
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National Flood Insurance Program costs have been increasing, and rates could go up significantly to meet growing risks.
Cybercriminals targeted individuals’ information less in 2020, focusing on more profitable attacks, a new report found. Threat actors focused on ransomware and phishing attacks directed at organizations, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center’s (ITRC) annual data breach report. One ransomware attack can generate as much revenue in minutes as hundreds
A partnership among California state agencies will create new hardening standards for older homes in order to help them lower wildfire risk and maintain insurance coverage.
Many California homeowners are choosing to cut their losses and start new, rather than rebuild after wildfires.
New travel insurance policies have begun covering Covid-19 like any other unexpected sickness or illness.
As Californians cope with the yearlong threat from wildfires, the state is still trying to figure out how to stop insurers from abandoning fire-prone areas.