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One of the core skills required for a business continuity and disaster recovery professional is the ability to conduct comprehensive business impact analyses (BIAs). This involves a meticulous review of critical business functions and operations that analyzes dependencies across vendors, facilities, personnel and technology infrastructure.
The Hanover report analyzes the small business risk landscape and shares valuable insights for small business owners.
As more travelers fight to book seats on a dwindling number of flights, airlines cannot afford any additional disruptions.
Whether by land or on water, your summer activities need proper protocols, risk review and insurance protection in place to keep adventurers and facilities safe.
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.
Preparing for the worst is perhaps the best way to forestall the liability fallout in the case of an injury or death in the entertainment sector.
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?
RIMS’ new CEO shares how he built his career in professional associations and talks about his future plans for the organization.
In order for cybersecurity insurance policies to be top notch, companies must be playing their part in mitigating cyber risk.
A session at RIMS discussed 8 cloud software megatrends and how they relate to an organization’s cyber risk.
There are several threat techniques hackers are using to infiltrate a company’s system. Understanding the difference between them is paramount.
The SEC maneuvered ESG factors further into the risk category with its recently proposed rule.
A session at the 2022 RIMS conference looked at how companies and businesses can mitigate the risk brought on by global political events.
Although COVID cases in the U.S. have eased of late, companies still need to have a plan for additional flare-ups. But many don’t.
The continued conflict acts as an urgent reminder for agencies to review their cybersecurity strategies.
A recent report by Kroll details a stark increase in cyberattack occurrences from Q3 to Q4, as well as which sectors were most effected.
Global risk management programs are never one-size-fits-all. They’re tailor-made through unrelenting collaboration between partners.
A telemedicine visit in another state leads to legal action for this fictive health care system.
Organizations should consider what programs are needed to keep occupationally injured workers who need to be home for a substantial period engaged with the organization.
Health care facilities are acquiring data-driven entities as well as rebranding to show their new capabilities.
With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the conversation turns to what the cyber implications are for the rest of the world.