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Crisis communications insurance with Bob Dietzel | On Top of PR

Axia PR

In this episode, Bob Dietzel, co-founder of KMRD Partners, joins host Jason Mudd to discuss corporate crisis insurance. In this episode you’ll learn what crisis insurance is and what it covers, who can tell you more about your crisis plan, how the insurance works, and why it's important to have.

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3 Steps for Effective Crisis Communications Management

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With careful planning, you can put together an effective PR crisis plan that allows you to move quickly and avoid pitfalls. Here are three steps for effective crisis communications management: 1. Have a crisis plan (not just ideas). No brand is immune. ” and “What can be done differently in the future?”

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Reputation Risk Insurance: Exercise Your Protection

Reputation Us

Risk and insurance professionals are putting increasingly less emphasis on physical assets, and more focus on intangible risks such as cyber threats, business interruption and reputational risks. Insurers now recognize that risk and underwrite it like any other threat. Does Reputation Risk Insurance Protect You…Really?

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Three Steps to Successful Crisis Communication

Melissa Agnes

Crisis communication is one of the most important aspects of your crisis management. In fact, whom you communicate with in a crisis, along with when and how you communicate with them, can mean the difference between successful crisis management and crisis management failure. Let me explain.

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Can your insurance cover the costs of hiring crisis public relations?

Axia PR

Crisis PR is key to a great crisis plan, so make sure your insurance helps you pay for it. When your company is in crisis, you’ll take in many sudden expenses that you’ll have to pay for out of pocket. One of these expenses includes crisis public relations to manage your reputation in such a trying time.

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Your Guide for Data Breach Crisis Communication

Melissa Agnes

For example: Do you have a database of your customers, clients, members or other stakeholders’ confidential information (be it their name, social security number / social insurance number, home address, phone number, banking information, etc.)? Does your organization communicate confidential information and trade secrets via email?

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Part 2: The Risk and Value of Corporate Reputation

Reputation Us

PART 2 (of 5) – Reputation Value and Risk Insurance companies increasingly recognizing a solid corporate reputation as a valuable and insurable asset. While many insurance companies do insure reputational risk, relying on a policy without pre-planning can be a false investment in your reputation.