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This fictive scenario sees U.S. public schools falling victim time and time again to elaborate social engineering schemes concocted by dastardly cybercriminals. But the fiction only goes so deep when looked at in reality.
Anytime we pursue an opportunity, we’re taking a risk. This hypothesis is visible in the three areas of risk management where I work.
With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the conversation turns to what the cyber implications are for the rest of the world.
Theft of digital information costs companies $250 billion a year. Now is the time to get smart on protecting those intangible assets.
Companies need to have concrete and secure tools in place to fend off any cyber risk or cyber attack attempt.
The average ransomware payment has climbed 62% since 2020 and insurance appetite for the risk is waning. What is a risk manager to do?
For carriers looking to improve their identity verification ability, one-time passwords and password-free authentication are additional layers that can be added to the multi-factor authentication solutions that they’re likely already using.
Consider these four risk management tips when assessing cyber risk for middle market organizations.
This risk manager’s take is that we need to continue to focus on resiliency, not merely loss avoidance.
What is creating issues within the global supply chain and business resilience? FM Global has identified these six factors as root causes.
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.
As cyber risk grows, will insurers have the capacity to provide coverage?
Risk Strategies CEO John Mina talks to Risk & Insurance about his approach to managing company talent and culture.
From climate change to cybersecurity, experts identified these issues as our greatest risks. How will risk managers respond?
Nonprofits made numerous changes to their business models during the pandemic. Did they change their exposures as well?
Tamika Puckett shares her journey through the industry.
A variety of factors, including COVID-19 losses, Nat CATS and social inflation, are driving rate increases.
Aon’s Adam Bixby shares how he launched his career as an ethical hacker, consulting for companies on their cyber risk profiles.
A new report from IBM examines how artificial intelligence can cut cyber breach costs.
Thompson Mackey of EPIC Insurance Brokers takes his time to truly understand each client and their specific needs, making him a standout in the cyber brokering community.
Truck driving often means shift work, which allows for drowsy driving and can lead to more crashes and injuries for workers and others on the road.