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Passion, creativity and persistence distinguish the winners of the 2018 Risk All Star award.
2018 Risk All Star winner Ryan Bank leads a coalition that’s helping insurers and government agencies better understand severe weather risks.
Gig workers’ unique insurance needs drive delivery of on-demand coverage.
Just because we have technology to change the very genetic code of a human being, does it mean that we should?
Insurers are fighting the good fight by building powerful machine learning tools to help insureds stay a step ahead in their cyber security management.
Energy, litigation and commercial real estate are driving growth in commercial surety.
The underrepresentation of women in cyber security is a huge driver behind the talent skills gap in this sector.
Insurance can now be turned on or off with the swipe of a smartphone.
Blockchain technology can ensure IoT devices have the latest security updates.
These use cases demonstrate the big efficiency and cost-saving potential of blockchain technology.
Risk managers need to be on the top of their game in order to keep insurance companies compliant with new GDPR requirements.
The number of gig economy workers is growing in the U.S. But their classification as contractors leaves many without workers’ comp, unemployment protection or other benefits.
New technologies drawing on behavioral science know when you’re about to make a mistake.
Growing populations and rising property values, combined with an increase in high-severity catastrophes, are pushing the insurance protection gap to a critical level.
For a company that’s changing the way people drive, building the right insurance program was a collaborative accomplishment.
A new study from CNA Risk Control dives into the root causes of slips and falls, promoting floor safety through maintenance and risk awareness.
Aon Benfield cites growth opportunities as technology becomes more and more integrated into the industry.
Insurance companies and purchasers should prepare for artificial intelligence to become a reality within a decade or three.
In an era of fierce competition, E&S players turn to customization and cutting-edge technology to differentiate themselves.
Is the insurance industry, not known for its youthful population, incapable of innovating on its own?