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While many industries are playing a waiting game to learn the extent of the damage that COVID-19 will inflict on their businesses, hospitality is feeling the losses most immediately.
In an environment where it is impossible to be prepared for every consequence of every event, business leaders instead need to practice the art of thinking strategically in a pinch.
In an unpredictable risk landscape, businesses need a dynamic and fluid response strategy. Here are four key trends that are dramatically affecting private risk profiles.
From mounting opioid litigation to the more recent Risperdal suit, J&J is in the hot seat, teaching other companies the value reputation can hold.
Trying to forestall wildfire damage, PG&E willingly shut down service to customers. More of this, not less, is on the way, which makes business resiliency planning all the more important.
September was National Preparedness Month. Did you prepare your business for the unexpected?
Risk Strategies adds an industry veteran to its health care practice, RT Specialty promotes Kimberly Vincent and more in this edition of People on the Move.
A number of commercial insurance carriers have now announced that they will limit their investments and underwriting activities around coal, including Chubb.
As challenging as it is for universities to investigate and respond to sexual assault complaints, figuring out how to prevent sexual violence on campus is far more difficult.
Awareness that gained momentum during the #MeToo Movement has challenged businesses to rethink their travel risk management plans and adjust their policies to focus on the needs of female travelers.
Voice detectors aiming to pick up on aggression or distress prove less than reliable in identifying danger, but gun violence is not a conversation we can close.
The insurance markets are responding to the waves of active shooter violence and are attempting to tailor appropriate products.
A recent bourbon warehouse fire in Kentucky provides yet another example of the environmental risks that can follow on the heels of catastrophes, such as fire or flood.
Today’s technology can go a long way in helping to manage the hurricane season.
A gamification-based solution can aid in creating an effective crisis risk management strategy.
Experts agree one of the best defenses against a manufacturing cyber attack is having a solid recovery plan in place.
A dental and vision benefits administrator becomes the latest victim of hackers seeking personally identifiable information.
Climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of extreme and costly weather events, but cities have an opportunity to mitigate the risks.
Small business cyber attacks are happening just as frequently as targeted attacks on big businesses, but the cost is much steeper.
More than 7,000 companies have submitted reports explaining how global warming will damage their businesses financially; and now it’s reaching into the trillions.
Natural catastrophes are growing in severity, resulting in an increase in uninsured losses. Numerous technologies are emerging to aid resiliency.