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Hospitality was one of the first industries to bear the brunt of premium hikes and coverage limitations from insurance carriers after 2017’s hurricane season.
Parametric weather products offer event organizers improved protection of revenues in an increasingly unpredictable climate.
Frightening fact: There were 12 million unique types of malware identified in 2015 alone.
The Pacific Northwest will never fully recover from this tsunami and earthquake.
Businesses face risks from undersea data cable vulnerabilities.
As cyber threats become more sophisticated, risk managers must understand and assess evolving exposures.
Bigger ships passing through an expanded Panama Canal translates to bigger risk accumulations.
Improved analysis underpins coverage to smooth the intermittent nature of wind, hydro, and even solar power
Business interruption losses from the Alberta fire will be “massive” according to experts.
As some carriers pull back on business interruption coverage due to compounded exposures, insureds look to minimize risk.
In resolving cyber security dilemmas, it helps to ask the right question.
The 100 Resilient Cities initiative continues to grow in the U.S. and globally.
Many small and mid-size businesses underestimate their exposure to supply chain disruption.
Flint businesses are seeing a loss of revenues and continue to face reputational damage.
Films can require many insurance policies, depending on whether the production involves unusual hazards, stunts or overseas locations.
Ten percent of America’s bridges are plagued by deficiencies or load restrictions, threatening supply chains.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
The threat of a catastrophic cyber attack on our infrastructure is real.
To survive a cyber attack, create a team of cyber crisis specialists; think of them as your Cyber Security Seal Team Six.
Small and mid-sized companies underestimate a disruption’s potential impact.