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Understanding what your “crown jewels” are — and how to protect them — is a key element of cyber threat preparedness.
A new breed of white-collar robots is marching into the workers’ compensation world, promising they will improve life for claims payers and injured workers.
Assuming cyber policies will respond to any loss related to the use of a computer could leave companies in a bind.
But despite an awareness of growing exposures like cyber hacking and climate change, few entities are taking proper steps to prepare.
Mass shootings, cyber liability and medical costs are all public sector risks. Add to that budget shortfalls and the picture is grim.
Europe’s GDPR rule isn’t the only privacy/cyber regulation risk managers need to have on their radar. Here are 5 cyber-related changes to watch.
Captive insurers may be best suited to handle the risks that come with blockchain and bitcoin.
The fallout from a 2014 food truck explosion is one of the top losses in this month’s Risk Matrix. Read on for 10 more stories shaping the risk landscape.
Advanced AI technologies are raising the stakes on the cyber ‘cat-and-mouse’ game between criminals and security professionals.
Insurers are fighting the good fight by building powerful machine learning tools to help insureds stay a step ahead in their cyber security management.
With every sector facing a widening cyber security skills gap, businesses must adopt proactive recruitment strategies, nurture homegrown talent and foster greater diversity in the workforce.
The underrepresentation of women in cyber security is a huge driver behind the talent skills gap in this sector.
Climate change, social media and artificial intelligence are increasing the rate of emerging risks.
New business models, theft of IP, reputation and violent acts are some of the top risks facing the industry today.
Rapidly changing customer demands and a boom in guest-facing connected technologies are among the factors changing the risk landscape for hospitality companies.
The financial sector is not alone in seeking to identify how employees fall for cyber phishing scams.
Decentralization of power generation and a rapidly shrinking talent pool are risks that utility companies will continue to grapple with for years to come.
Awareness of cyber risk is increasing, but some companies may be neglecting to prepare adequate response plans that could save them millions.
New technologies drawing on behavioral science know when you’re about to make a mistake.
Some of the threats facing planes, trains and automobiles are ongoing, while others are just emerging.