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Looking at cyber risks, this Resilience expert shares insight into what 2024 may bring.
Could cryptocurrencies cause the next recession?
Marijuana businesses have these seven critical risks to consider.
The private insurance sector can do more to stem flood risk, according to this Swiss Re report.
There are several threat techniques hackers are using to infiltrate a company’s system. Understanding the difference between them is paramount.
The continued conflict acts as an urgent reminder for agencies to review their cybersecurity strategies.
Is adequate risk transfer in the face of rapid technological change even possible?
What should your first step even be when a hacker encrypts your data?
With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the conversation turns to what the cyber implications are for the rest of the world.
The average ransomware payment has climbed 62% since 2020 and insurance appetite for the risk is waning. What is a risk manager to do?
Several reports reveal startling information regarding large corporations’ roles in the ever-growing climate crisis.
The Guardian reported PFAS contamination in napkins, hiking pants and more. What are some of the risks linked to PFAS’s vast reach?
Construction insurance pricing is being impacted by several risks of note that underwriters must review.
This risk manager’s take is that we need to continue to focus on resiliency, not merely loss avoidance.
A mere 9% of businesses rank environmental as the top risk in 2022. What that means for the industry moving forward.
The pandemic brought on a new wave of cyber-related risks. Digging into the cyber claims from these last 24 months, here’s the top trends of note.
A flawed approach to reporting property values leads to big losses for an insured.
The threat of wildfire destruction is expanding at a rapid rate due to climate change. Defensible space, wildfire resistant construction and resilience programs are three areas of focus pointed out by CNA loss prevention specialist Steve Hernandez.
For a low frequency, high severity peril like earthquake, businesses need to know their risk management plans before a single pebble falls out of place.
Cyber coverage specificity is lacking. Brokers, insureds and carriers face a mandate to communicate clearly and craft appropriate coverage.
Regulations on when a policy is in force vary from country to country. A thorough examination of an insured’s global insurance program is vital in avoiding heavy losses.