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The coronavirus pandemic may have a vaccine, but that does not mean it’s been eradicated. Now is the time for workers’ comp professionals to recognize what the impacts of the virus could be moving forward.
Julie Theirl of Aon and her team have been working on a database set to help public schools recognize, analyze and prevent sexual abuse and molestation claims from occurring.
As the effects of climate change increase in severity, world financial leaders debate over just how much the crisis is affecting the global economy.
Ironshore’s Dave Standish explains some of the top risks associated with collecting biometric data, from liability and the legal landscape to how to protect against a data breach.
The two most important causes of travel risks in the year ahead? The impact of climate change and potential final year of the Trump administration.
The convenience store chain, whose signature event is Hoagie Fest, recently discovered Malware infected their card readers back in March.
This dangerous new malware puts your company’s data at risk when on-the-go employees are in need of a phone charger.
A root cause analysis of the gun violence plaguing the United States is in order, argues a risk management columnist.
A new study found that workers under 30 have a larger cyber security awareness gap than their older counterparts.
Like a snowball rolling down a hill, reputational risk often isn’t spotted until it’s too late. Riskonnect CEO Jim Wetekamp shares how to manage slow bleeds by embracing fundamentals.
Emanuele Scansani of Riskline explains how some social media posts can prove controversial — and even punishable by law — in certain countries.
In the post-#MeToo era, Rhonda Prussack of BHSI details what liability exposures she’s watching closely right now, as well as what underwriters and the courts have their sights set on.
If it can be determined that individual companies are responsible for climate change, investors and insurers might want to brace themselves for massive payouts.
As vaping use rises, insurers are keeping a pulse on the laws and regulations surrounding e-cigarettes to assess liability risk.
September was National Preparedness Month. Did you prepare your business for the unexpected?
Copyrights and trademarks are more valuable than ever, yet less than one-fifth of these assets are insured.
Uncertainty in international trade, the rising popularity of product boycotts and the dominance of Amazon in the e-commerce market are just some of the risks retailers should keep on their radar.
The environmental risk and insurance sector always has its share of frightening risks. And they are ongoing.
Active shootings have sparked terror across the United States and schools are especially vulnerable. Northwestern University is hoping to make them safer.
These emerging risks are shaping the playing field for environmental underwriters and regulators.
Autonomous cars, tariff wars and cyber attacks are just a few of the critical evolving risks facing the automotive industry.