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Personal privacy as we once knew it is dead.
Predictive analytics models are useless if their implementation lacks the necessary resources.
From a risk management perspective we ask the question: “What does this historical election mean to the profession, our organizations and ourselves?”
Successful risk managers know how to sell peace of mind.
Risk managers need to be aware of what an organization says it will do compared with how it acts.
Indications that Wells Fargo investors were getting uneasy were visible in 2014.
Electronic “levees” built to withstand a rainfall are inadequate when we are facing a cyber tropical cyclone.
Insurance companies and purchasers should prepare for artificial intelligence to become a reality within a decade or three.
Has the time for sanity in excess follow forms arrived?
Businesses that focus on resiliency will benefit in the long run.
When cyber security experts are appointed to boards of directors, they may face increased liability should a cyber incident occur.
Public-sector risk professionals are facing more anger from their communities, as the mistrust of government grows.
Clear documentation is one way to avoid litigation and other hazards in the practice of integrated absence management.
The tenth chapter in Grace Crickette’s Risk Insider series on implementing enterprise risk management.
Despite an adverse ruling from the Oklahoma Supreme Court, the option achieved impressive results for injured workers and employers.
The oceans' critical impact on property risk is just beginning to be understood.
The technology exists to improve risk management. It should be deployed without further delay.
Workers' comp professionals have a broad array of tools at their disposal to help combat the ongoing problem of opioid abuse.
Risk management training in combination with a liberal arts education creates a great foundation.
Frightening fact: There were 12 million unique types of malware identified in 2015 alone.