Articles by Hilary Tuttle
Citizens and regulators alike increasingly demand that emergency plans take animals into account.
Global economic losses from natural catastrophes have remained about the same over the past 20 years.
Unmanned aerial vehicles offer insurers the opportunity to enhance the way they do business, while also demanding they come up with new solutions.
The current measles outbreak has raised questions about employers’ obligations and liabilities.
C-suite executives and board members see some of the biggest challenges now come from within the organization.
In the wake of an embarrassing cyberattack, Sony employees have filed class actions.
Global natural disasters caused drastically lower economic and insured losses in 2014.
The brutal actions of ISIS terrorists only scratch the surface of today’s kidnapping risk.
By 2100, scientists predict lightning strikes in the continental United States will increase by 50%.
African nations are turning to cat bonds as an alternative way to adapt to climate change.
A quarter of security and IT executives worldwide would not trust their own company to store and manage their personal data.
Businesses still are not doing enough to prepare for a cybersecurity crisis.
The Basel AML assessment ranks countries’ money laundering and terrorism financing risk.
Most customers enjoy a false sense of security when it comes to social media risk.
Charlie Arnot of the Center for Food Integrity discusses food safety and consumer trust.