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Practical Lessons for Managing Cyberrisks

Practical Lessons for Managing Cyberrisks

These four principles are critical for risk managers facing increasingly frequent cyberattacks.

 

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Strengthening Data Breach Protection

Strengthening Data Breach Protection

Businesses must do more than just implement security solutions to guard against fraud.

 

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Exploring Liability for Exploding E-Cigarettes

Exploring Liability for Exploding E-Cigarettes

Reports of exploding e-cigarettes are raising concerns about product safety and liability.

 
 

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Three Issues for Captives When Arbitrating Reinsurance Disputes

Three Issues for Captives When Arbitrating Reinsurance Disputes

Captives involved in reinsurance disputes should take proactive measures both to forestall disputes and to ensure that they take place on a level playing field.

 
Notepad: Risk in Review – July/August

Notepad: Risk in Review – July/August

Investigating the cause of London’s Grenfell Tower fire, Uber’s CEO resigns, and more.

 
Risks and Opportunities for Drone Ships

Risks and Opportunities for Drone Ships

Autonomous technology may soon hit the seas as companies develop remote-controlled or even fully autonomous ships.

 
The Kangaroo Conundrum

The Kangaroo Conundrum

Driven crazy by kangaroos.

 
IoT Risks for the Oil and Gas Industry

IoT Risks for the Oil and Gas Industry

The internet of things has improved productivity and lowered costs in the oil and gas industry, but also introduces vulnerability to cyberattacks.

 
The High Risk of a Low Cyber IQ

The High Risk of a Low Cyber IQ

Every organization’s biggest cyberrisk is its employees—and even employees agree.

 
Trends in Casualty Insurance: A Roundtable Sponsored by Aon

Trends in Casualty Insurance: A Roundtable Sponsored by Aon

Industry experts discuss increasing casualty claims and litigation costs and examine how insurers, brokers and risk managers are responding.

 
How to Avoid “Collateral Damage” With Large Deductible Programs

How to Avoid “Collateral Damage” With Large Deductible Programs

Policyholders that are required to post collateral to secure large deductible policies need to be aware of potential pitfalls.

 
Examining the Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance

Examining the Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance

Risk managers should be aware of The American Law Institute’s new Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance because courts will likely use it to help formulate their decisions in coverage disputes.

 
Creating a Human Impact Cyberattack Response Plan

Creating a Human Impact Cyberattack Response Plan

While most organizations have an information security plan in place to defend their data and infrastructure, they often are not as prepared to deal with the human consequences of an attack.

 
New Technologies Reshape Automotive Risk

New Technologies Reshape Automotive Risk

As high-tech trends transform how automotive risk is assessed, there will be many insurance and legal implications.

 
Three Tips for Avoiding the Non-Disclosure Defense in Trade Credit Insurance Claims

Three Tips for Avoiding the Non-Disclosure Defense in Trade Credit Insurance Claims

For trade credit policyholders, the best way to avoid disputes over insurance claims requires a three-pronged approach.

 
Preparing for Brexit

Preparing for Brexit

As the United Kingdom begins the process of leaving the European Union, organizations must consider the impact on their operations.

 
Insuring Against Terrorism

Insuring Against Terrorism

A shifting and intensifying political risk landscape has increased the challenge of finding the right terrorism coverage.

 
Cyber and the C-Suite: New Cyberrisk Responsibilities for Chief Risk Officers

Cyber and the C-Suite: New Cyberrisk Responsibilities for Chief Risk Officers

New regulatory standards are redefining the cyberrisk management responsibilities of chief risk officers and other executives.