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Twitter is veering in the wrong direction, away from upgrading their oversight and risk management and running straight into certain liability.
Employers are still slow to take the necessary steps to ensure that their organizations are prepared for violence.
Stakeholders, including the public, have little tolerance for intentional deception.
Long supply chains offer criminals ample opportunities to sneak in counterfeit drugs, which pose a serious risk to public health.
A social engineering cyber attack results in a massive loss of medical records, a reputational hit and a merger gone bad.
Health care risk managers may not be able to stop data attacks, but they can follow some basic strategies to minimize the impact.
A company’s failure to communicate important information to survivors in the wake of a deadly shooting exacerbates a tragedy.
With credit card data flooding the black market, criminals are now more likely to hit a company directly by threatening to vaporize data or cripple operations
Reputational risk and political unrest are top of mind for risk executives.
When hackers steal data and publish it online, the financial and reputation repercussions can be severe.
A limited number of stand-alone policies are available to cover reputation risk while insureds wait for the industry to develop more solutions.
A probe of the nutritional supplement industry may be costly for insurers as well as brand reputations.
You can’t eliminate the cyber exposure. You can bolster business continuity and recovery plans.
The risk to brand or reputational damage was seen as the top concern of risk managers, who also ranked cyber risk as a top 10 global risk for the first time.
Companies should review ‘what if’ scenarios before attaching products or services to a celebrity sponsor.
Let’s stop confusing reputation risk management with mere likability, please.
Implementation of controls, policies and processes helps reduce reputational risk.
Companies should review ‘what if’ scenarios before attaching their products or services to a celebrity sponsor.
Take Warren Buffett’s advice: Guard your organization’s reputation even more carefully than its money.
Risk managers must manage social media’s risks while harnessing its speed and efficiency.
Transportation safety in the oil and gas industry is being challenged by increased production.