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China’s new data protection regulation, in addition to laws enacted by the U.S. and EU, all have huge implications for any business with international exposure.
Hank Greenberg, who made his first insurance deal in China in 1975, returns and buys a state-owned insurer.
Thousands of employees travel internationally to high-risk regions, but many “at-risk” organizations know little about the realities of kidnapping.
Large employers need to address ACA compliance issues for their globally mobile employees.
Working overseas poses countless risks for employers and employees. Presented by Travelers.
Learn how to create a travel risk management program that can give employers and employees peace of mind.
Higher education risk managers are focusing on ERM, as well as cyber security and compliance risks.
Smart supply-chain management requires a thorough understanding of the risks that could impact suppliers, from the first-tier all the way down the line.
The threat of Ebola is a good time for employers to revisit emergency strategies for their mobile workforce.
As business travel increases, risk managers need intelligence and communication systems to keep employees safe.
The second chapter in Grace Crickette’s Risk Insider series on implementing enterprise risk management.
An auto manufacturer thinks their tech supplier escaped typhoon damage. Closer inspection reveals quite the opposite.
Faced with an abrupt change in circumstances, Chris Thorn rose to the challenge.
The complexities and nuances of these risks make it impossible for risk managers to find total coverage.
Citing security concerns, many U.S. schools have cancelled study programs in Israel. Other travelers appear more cautious than scared.
The first chapter in Grace Crickette’s Risk Insider series on implementing enterprise risk management.
Business travel is increasingly becoming riskier for employers and employees.
As the deadly Ebola virus claims more lives in West Africa, experts say practicing basic hygiene is the best defense.
Companies prioritize operational risk management, but many do not believe their vendors are doing the same.
Norway ranked first, while the Dominican Republic was worst at providing favorable supply chain factors.
Crisis planning and continual communication are essential to keeping employees safe.