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New U.S. Treasury guidelines outline the penalties of paying hackers to unlock data. But the risk of not paying may be greater still.
In this Risk Scenario, Risk & Insurance explores what might happen in the event a telemedicine or similar home health visit violates a patient's privacy. What consequences await when a young girl's tele visit goes viral?
While government contractors continue to debate the suspension of their existing D&I training programs, there is a solution they can implement to protect themselves from liability in the form of EPLI insurance.
Medical experts break down what hospitals have learned since the onset of the pandemic, and what that means for the anticipated second wave.
Technology and customer experience will play an increasing role in how insurers and their insureds conduct business. Here’s what the industry needs to know to stay abreast of change.
While the difficulties of the U.S. commercial D&O market have been making headlines regularly, the financial lines market in the UK and Europe has been quietly facing its own constraints. Vanessa Maxwell, Head of Executive & Professional Lines at BHSI, spotlights trends in financial lines across the pond.
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A National Comp on demand session discusses the connection between behavioral health and physical health and the effects this link can have on an injured worker.
As patients and providers become better connected and access to health is increased, greater dependency on technology also brings more issues around privacy and security.
The move of millions of workers to home offices provided flexibility during the pandemic, but it has also amplified cyber risk.
MedRisk announces new president, Swiss Re appoints several new hires and Oneglobal brings on a new executive director in the edition of People on the Move.
Vincent Foderingham details his 23 years in risk, the need for a more diverse workforce and what the industry will look like post-pandemic.