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Making Employees More Cyber-Aware

Making Employees More Cyber-Aware

Companies need to put the proper measures in place to provide comprehensive cyber education.

 

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Facebook Scandal Raises Data Privacy Concerns

Facebook Scandal Raises Data Privacy Concerns

The Facebook/Cambridge Analytica case offers lessons on the shifting data privacy landscape.

 

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Understanding the SEC’s New Cyberrisk Guidance

Understanding the SEC’s New Cyberrisk Guidance

New reporting obligations require thorough assessment and oversight of material cyberrisks.

 
 

Risk Headlines

Using Technology to Streamline Governance, Risk and Compliance

Using Technology to Streamline Governance, Risk and Compliance

With ever-increasing consumer expectations, heightened scrutiny by regulators on both micro and macro levels, and unpredictable global markets, financial services organizations should consider evaluating and realigning their overall risk and compliance strategy.

 
Artificial Intelligence and Professional Liability

Artificial Intelligence and Professional Liability

The use of AI in professional settings may create unique liability and insurance issues.

 
A Pandora’s Box of Cyberrisks

A Pandora’s Box of Cyberrisks

While 21st century innovations have brought about great advancements in communication and real-time business decision-making, this cutting-edge tech has also created new opportunities for theft. 

 
Fixing the Problems with Passwords

Fixing the Problems with Passwords

Better education and policies on employees’ password practices is key for enterprise security.

 
Tech Risk Knowledge Gap

Tech Risk Knowledge Gap

Many risk professionals are struggling to keep pace with the risks associated with emerging technology.

 
Notepad: Risk in Review – June

Notepad: Risk in Review – June

Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano, NRA suing New York, an E. coli outbreak in lettuce, and more.

 
Workplace Deaths on the Rise

Workplace Deaths on the Rise

A sharp increase in fatal workplace violence contributed to growing numbers of workers killed on the job.

 
Adapting to Innovation Risks

Adapting to Innovation Risks

While innovation is necessary to move companies forward, it also presents another set of risks.

 
Developing New Safety Rules for Cargo Tracking Devices

Developing New Safety Rules for Cargo Tracking Devices

Today’s lithium battery transportation and packaging rules are designed to deal with batteries as cargo, but there is regulatory uncertainty when it comes to using them in transport.

 
Employment Practices Liability Insurance and the #MeToo Movement

Employment Practices Liability Insurance and the #MeToo Movement

Although there are many hurdles to securing coverage for sexual harassment and other employee claims, insurance policies are a critical source for financial support in such cases.

 
Developing an Effective Disaster Preparedness and Communication Plan

Developing an Effective Disaster Preparedness and Communication Plan

Organizations must prepare for effective communications before, during and after severe weather events.

 
Improving the Business Restoration Process After a Disaster

Improving the Business Restoration Process After a Disaster

Many companies still fail to plan and prepare properly ahead of disasters to reduce their liabilities.

 
Helping the Helpers: Supporting the Resilience of First Responders

Helping the Helpers: Supporting the Resilience of First Responders

Employers can provide proper training and education to prepare responders for the physical and mental toll they may experience.

 
Preventing Slip and Fall Accidents in the Workplace

Preventing Slip and Fall Accidents in the Workplace

Developing a strategy to address slips, trips and falls can save companies billions of dollars in direct workers compensation costs.

 
Fertility Clinic Failures Highlight Storage Risks

Fertility Clinic Failures Highlight Storage Risks

Equipment malfunctions at two fertility clinics underscore the need for better safeguards.