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TriMountain has built powerful relationships with the top insurance companies in the world.

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We achieve results by starting with a thorough understanding of our clients needs.  

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We work with our clients to identify, assess and prioritize the risks they face.

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We leverage long-term strategic partnerships as an active member of GBN Worldwide.

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Customer Advisory:

​Cyber Ransom Attacks Increased Over 10% in 2016


March 22, 2017

Cyber ransom and extortion, is a growing trend in context of overall cyber attacks. According to Check Point’s Global Threat Intelligence Trends Report, ransom attacks increased from 5% to over 10% of all malware attacks during the second half of 2016.

Hackers use ransom malware to take over a system and hold it hostage. They demand payment, and threaten to delete or share your information publicly. Typically, the cost is low enough to make it more effective to simply pay the ransom in lieu of losing valuable or sensitive data, paying fines, or risking reputational damage.
 
In its report, Check Point identifies the most common types of ransom malware as Conficker, Sality, Cutwail, JBossJMX and Locky.  In addition, the most common type of mobile malware is Hummingbad, which accounted for 60% of all attacks on Android phones or devices.
 
The main source of ransom attacks begin with spam and target phishing emails.
 
For more information, please see:  Roi Perez "Check Point: Ransomware % of malware doubled in second half of 2016." www.checkpoint.com (Feb. 21, 2017).
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2016 Thanksgiving


By Chris Eldrege - November 23, 2016


It was a short 227 years ago that George Washington delivered his infamous Thanksgiving proclamation and designated November 26th, 1789 as "a day of public thanksgiving . . ."   This, the first of presidential proclamations, was artfully recommended to the people of the United States.  While it was not implemented with the force of law this quintessentially American tradition has lived on for over two centuries.

We at TriMountain Corp wish you, your families and friends a Happy Thanksgiving!

Leveraging Risk as a Strategic Advantage


 
Business income, or business interruption insurance, is an often overlooked but important part of any company’s insurance program. Business income is typically part of a company’s property insurance, and covers the loss of income as a result of disaster or covered cause of loss. This presentation was given to the Colorado CFO and Controller's Roundtable on Jan 28, 2016 and includes information related to the types of business income insurance and how a company should calculate the amount of insurance it needs. Find the presentation here.