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Tech companies like Google and Facebook are tapping national intelligence services and government agencies for cyber talent.
Not a week goes by without some cyber breach, which is why manufacturing companies should look into their cyber liability insurance options.
A recent Beecher Carlson report highlights potential coverage gaps related to connected medical devices, helping organizations avoid unpleasant surprises.
State-sponsored cyber attackers have all the time and resources they need to probe and then inflict damage on critical infrastructure.
Commercial airlines will have to stay ahead of these risks in order to keep up with demand and stay profitable.
The regulatory landscape is changing. Insurance companies need to be on top of these key trends if they want to continue to build successful risk strategies.
Experian released its predictions for the breaches we can expect to see this year. Here are three newly emerging threats you might not be ready for.
Onboard fires, cyber attacks and the risk that distracted captains will run vessels aground are all leading to increased cargo marine losses.
Dropping Bitcoin values, closing liberal arts colleges and a volatile stock market all present risk management lessons. Especially if all three take a tumble in one day.
Despite improvements to cyber security, tens of billions were lost to cyber scammers in 2018.
Attorneys and risk managers say lack of ADA-compliant websites is a growing issue and businesses should start reviewing their sites and checking their liability coverage.
The vast majority of executives believe their organizations are following cyber resilience best practices. But more than half haven’t even completed a cyber risk assessment.
A failure to respond properly to a cyber attack can turn a $1 million loss into a $100 million loss.
Cyber risk and data privacy risk are fundamentally like other conventional risks in that we need to first mitigate by using good habits before seeking to transfer by insurance.
The FCC adopted “net neutrality” rules in 2015 but two years later repealed these net neutrality regulations. I am confused.
Understanding what your “crown jewels” are — and how to protect them — is a key element of cyber threat preparedness.
A new breed of white-collar robots is marching into the workers’ compensation world, promising they will improve life for claims payers and injured workers.
Assuming cyber policies will respond to any loss related to the use of a computer could leave companies in a bind.
But despite an awareness of growing exposures like cyber hacking and climate change, few entities are taking proper steps to prepare.
Mass shootings, cyber liability and medical costs are all public sector risks. Add to that budget shortfalls and the picture is grim.