The best of R&I and around the web, handpicked by our editors.
White papers, service directory and conferences for the R&I community.
Web replica of the print magazine.
The SEC will soon tighten the deadline to disclose material data breaches, applying more pressure and scrutiny to organizations and their boards.
Just as natural disasters threaten property losses, COVID-19 is having a profound effect on IT infrastructure and cyber security. Make sure you know your exposures.
The panic surrounding coronavirus has already generated a few digital scams. What would happen if a hospital executive fell for one?
More and more businesses are turning to telecommuting in an effort to curb coronavirus from spreading, but cyber risk still looms.
A recent study of preparedness for various types of data breach shows that many companies are struggling to keep up with emerging exposures.
Cyber criminals come in all shapes and sizes — and from any number of demographic backgrounds — so it’s imperative that small businesses protect themselves from malicious intent.
Lack of standard terminology and misreporting of losses has contributed to confusion over the value of cyber coverage, but policies are performing as intended and the market is enjoying steady growth.
This year, six brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2020 Cyber Power Broker winners.
These critical global risks are interconnected, with each having an impact on the severity and likelihood of the others.
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.
The use of ransomware is not going away. The good news is that insurance and insurance consultants are quite willing and able to help.
Cyber attacks don’t discriminate. They target more than large corporations. Is your business covered?
Ransomware is easy to use and hard to stop, and cash-strapped municipalities aren’t well positioned to protect themselves.
Here are some key indicators, provided by award winning risk managers, that you can use as benchmarks to determine if your commercial insurance broker is doing a good job.
Malcolm Gladwell points out the human tendency to lock down on first and subsequent impressions of strangers. It’s a key risk management failure that can have dire consequences.
Coalition’s head of insurance believes people underestimate how much of the insurance industry is based on human interaction. He’s setting out to change that image.
For Andrew Laubmeier, cyber insurance has been an exciting and dynamic career. Here’s why he thinks other young people should consider working in insurance.
This former insurance litigator and recent Power Broker® winner understands how to craft policies that deliver on their promises.
CNA’s Nick Graf says there’s plenty about the insurance industry to appeal to the tech-minded — but first it needs to finally embrace technology.
Operational technology is the latest target of cyber attacks and the consequences can be severe.