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By offering preventive cancer screenings, employers take an active role in employees’ health, potentially reducing future costs associated with cancer treatment.
The future of event cancellation insurance will be determined by the far-reaching impacts of COVID-19.
Increasingly frequent and strong storms are ramping up pollution and environmental liability risks. Is your company covered?
When a hacker infiltrates your system, paying their ransom demand right away might not be the best approach.
Parametric solutions are gaining in popularity, especially for businesses in the crosshairs of natural catastrophe risk.
The property market for commercial properties, such as wineries, that are exposed to wildfire risk in California is changing significantly.
One important lever hospitality owners can pull to minimize their exposure to alcohol-related liabilities is ensuring that they have hired the appropriate ratio of workers to patrons.
Risks affecting public schools, some of which were amplified by the pandemic, are accelerating to the degree that risk management experts are referring to them as “gray swans,” i.e., predictable but surprisingly severe risks.
Even with fewer lost ships in 2021, big ships still sink, and crews want solutions to stop losses.
According to a white paper by cybersecurity provider Sophos in May 2021, 34% of health care organizations were hit by ransomware in the last year.
Despite the ever-rising prevalence of cyberattacks, the field of cyber insurance is still relatively new and evolving. Do you know, then, what’s inside your policy?
In the realm of risk management, safety climate is distinct from safety culture or other organizational elements of compliance and work safety.
What should your first step even be when a hacker encrypts your data?
Tracing foodborne illness throughout a global supply chain can be challenging. These tech tools can help.
For a low frequency, high severity peril like earthquake, businesses need to know their risk management plans before a single pebble falls out of place.
A risk management root cause analysis points out the steps that led to the disaster in Surfside. Let this be a lesson, then, when dealing with risk management for all items.
GPS tracking systems are growing in traction for businesses looking to review driver behavior and cut back on commercial auto insurance costs.
Cyber criminals are becoming bolder. Now is the time to get IT and OT on the same cyber security page and stop attacks in their tracks.
Though plaintiffs will have a tough time blaming businesses for exposure to the virus, carriers are nonetheless prepping defense strategies and emphasizing risk mitigation to clients.
A pilot program at a large beverage manufacturer drastically reduced the frequency of poor ergonomics decisions by employees.