Content failure as an Emerging Risk

Apr 01 2021

We were delighted to see respected insurance publication Emerging Risks (opens in a new window) publish an opinion piece from AAAtraq on website content failure, and how this is rapidly becoming a corporate risk of note in the US.

The online world is now such a fundamental part of everyday life, that the need for organizations to comply with ADA regulations and make their content fully accessible to those with disabilities is paramount.

With litigation now common place, content failure is a responsibility that should sit firmly within the remit of risk managers, and not be left with digital or marketing teams to deal with.

The Emerging Risks piece deals with the ins and outs of this increasingly important issue, with the full text available at https://emergingrisks.co.uk/ada-compliance-a-risk-management-issue-not-simply-a-digital-concern/ (opens in a new window).

AAAtraq

AAAtraq (www.aaatraq.com) is an InsurTech company for those that manage risk. Our service shields organizations from ADA website compliance litigation with up to $50,000 of costs coverage.

For $99/month and within an hour, clients are protected from legal aggression and are demonstrating reasonable adjustment.

Clients can then follow a step-by-step plan that helps make ADA compliance easier to understand, less distracting to achieve, with a lower cost to maintain.

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