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Cyber attacks don’t discriminate. They target more than large corporations. Is your business covered?
Positive safety trends and new technologies are driving a pull away from traditional risk transfer as carriers work to adapt.
From jobsite safety to design efficiency and underwriting, the seeds of AI are sprouting.
After an accident, it’s unclear whether Uber is liable for injuries incurred by passengers or if drivers — and yes, even the passengers themselves — are responsible.
Uber’s ability to identify its drivers as contractors and not employees has helped the ride-sharing app dodge liability claims. For the sake of rider safety, this needs to stop.
Data has become a central part of business operations across all sections, but managing health care data remains the most paramount.
Copyrights and trademarks are more valuable than ever, yet less than one-fifth of these assets are insured.
Technology is proving to help injured employees get faster information, faster access to care plans, and back to work faster; but humanity still remains the ultimate catalyst for change.
Auto insurance is the least profitable sector of the insurance industry, but Tesla aims to fix that for their brand by coming out with their own policy.
This risk manager for Groupon says the ability within risk and insurance to innovate helps drive her focus and execute her vision.
A new report from NCCI found that self-driving cars could reduce workers’ comp claims costs. But many people remain afraid of the new technology.
CNA’s Nick Graf says there’s plenty about the insurance industry to appeal to the tech-minded — but first it needs to finally embrace technology.
Brokers and underwriters are developing reliable techniques for divining what tech to farm out and conjuring appropriate partners.
Technology makes it easier to identify fraud and is revolutionizing the accuracy of the insurance industry.
If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all…especially from behind your computer screen.
Hackers have access to sophisticated tech that is easily accessible for as little as $2 on the dark net.
Smart contracts could very well be the future for commercial insurers. So how can this technology make the claims process easier?
Younger workers are increasingly eschewing traditional employment. This trend could have a huge effect on the workers’ compensation landscape.
Marsh’s new report aims to demonstrate that cyber insurances policies do pay and to dispel some common myths surrounding the policies.
Each innovation in health care influences the way underwriters approach the market; by knowing what’s changing, insureds can help keep insurers informed.