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Ironshore’s Dave Standish explains some of the top risks associated with collecting biometric data, from liability and the legal landscape to how to protect against a data breach.
In this interview with AmTrust’s Robert Pizarro, a vice president, commercial specialty lines, R&I delves into three risks that nonprofit executives and boards better have their eyes on.
Two ambitious, self-proclaimed queens in Game of Thrones both met violent ends. The same might be true of entities that think they are doing a good job at risk management.
These critical global risks are interconnected, with each having an impact on the severity and likelihood of the others.
The company’s first ever safety reports reveals the prevalence of assault, the difficulties in preventing bad behavior, and plans to improve.
These jobs don’t appear risky, but BLS data shows that workers in this sector are getting injured more frequently than those on the factory floor.
A root cause analysis of the gun violence plaguing the United States is in order, argues a risk management columnist.
The use of ransomware is not going away. The good news is that insurance and insurance consultants are quite willing and able to help.
Baby boomers are expected to place greater demands on both the group health and workers’ comp industries due to comorbidities associated with advanced age.
Despite Amazon having its most successful shipping day in history, insurers are still grappling with the risks stemming from the conglomerate’s need for speed.
Data has linked MSDs to opioid overdoses. But there may be hope yet: implementing proper ergonomic practices.
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.
As vaping use rises, insurers are keeping a pulse on the laws and regulations surrounding e-cigarettes to assess liability risk.
Global supply chains were once thought a way to reduce both risk and cost. With tariffs and sanctions on the rise, those far-flung networks suddenly seem exposed.
A veteran risk manager based in the UK gives Risk & Insurance readers his take on the impact of Brexit on Lloyds, the largest specialty insurance market in the world.
The pizza chain went to court after a blind customer sued them for violating the ADA.
Companies are adopting biometric systems to enhance security, but aren’t going far enough to protect the unique data from breaches.
Terrorists target major cities more often than small towns, but given the unpredictability of violence, should suburban areas be more alert?
The talent gap isn’t going away anytime soon. Here’s what insurance and risk management can do to address it.
MGM will pay up to $800 million to the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. What does this say about corporate liability after mass casualty events?