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In this coverage spotlight, an equipment breakdown underwriter sat down with R&I to discuss the ins and outs of covered losses due to mechanical or electrical breakdown.
Climate change is having a radical impact on grape growing and winemaking.
This year’s hurricane season sees the use of drones and other aerial intelligence gathering systems as insurers seek to estimate claims costs.
When travelers stay home, hospitality companies recoup lost income through customized, data-defined policies.
Daimler Trucks North America’s Dan Holden advocated for a disaster recovery system that is now being implemented internationally.
As warranties run out on wind turbines, underwriters gain insight into their long-term costs.
For more than a week, Tropical Storm Harvey left devastation in its wake. What will businesses face in the aftermath?
Overall economic impact may reach $100 billion.
The Fire Department of New York is concerned about grid storage safety.
An electromagnetic pulse event triggered by the detonation of a low-yield nuclear device in Earth’s atmosphere triggers economic and societal chaos.
A combination of physical and cyber attacks on multiple data centers for cloud service providers causes economic havoc. Even the most well-prepared companies are thrown into paralyzing coverage confusion.
Underwriters and risk managers are beginning to get their arms around the next wave of cyber exposure — an attack that causes property or bodily damage.
The biggest risk for many companies is a cyber attack to a third-party data vendor. Insurers are taking note, but gaps in cover remain.
Supply chain, property and data are at risk for manufacturers in the event of a cyber attack.
Attacks on internet infrastructure commence, leaving unknown risks for insureds and insurers alike.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Companies plan to boost spending on cyber security to deal with an onslaught of cyber attacks.
Far more than a prank, the spread of fictitious news is wreaking havoc on businesses and institutions.
Make sure your cyber management plan works before a crisis occurs.
Electronic “levees” built to withstand a rainfall are inadequate when we are facing a cyber tropical cyclone.