Articles by Hilary Tuttle

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.

 
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.

 
Supply Chain Risk Assessment and Mitigation Gaps

Supply Chain Risk Assessment and Mitigation Gaps

In the face of increasingly complex supply chains, companies largely lack mature processes to monitor and mitigate procurement problems.

 
Paws and Effect: Assistance Animals Bring Challenge and Opportunity

Paws and Effect: Assistance Animals Bring Challenge and Opportunity

From service dogs to emotional support pigs, rabbits and ducks, an expanding range of assistance animals are creating new business challenges.

 
Only Half of Ransomware Payouts Result in Data Recovery

Only Half of Ransomware Payouts Result in Data Recovery

Only half of those who paid ransoms confirmed successfully recovering their data, while the other half saw complete data loss.

 
Environment, Cyberrisk Top WEF Risk Predictions

Environment, Cyberrisk Top WEF Risk Predictions

The World Economic Forum forecasts the most important global risks for 2018 and beyond.

 
Reputation Risk Losses Set to Spike?

Reputation Risk Losses Set to Spike?

Stock market conditions may leave companies poised for steep losses resulting from reputation crises in 2018.

 
2018 Cyberrisk Landscape

2018 Cyberrisk Landscape

Cybersecurity is the most dynamic risk for organizations to manage. Stay ahead of the curve with these 10 key trends that will define the threat landscape.

 
On the Ground: Risk Management in a Historic Hurricane Season

On the Ground: Risk Management in a Historic Hurricane Season

Risk and insurance professionals who weathered 2017’s historic hurricane season share their first-hand disaster recovery experiences.

 
Are Corporate Leaders Ignoring Cyberrisk Lessons?

Are Corporate Leaders Ignoring Cyberrisk Lessons?

Despite another record year for cybercrime and headline-making cyberattacks, recognition of the risk may be waning among corporate leaders.

 
Notepad: Risk in Review – November

Notepad: Risk in Review – November

The Las Vegas massacre, Hurricane Maria’s impact on Puerto Rico, and more.

 
Cybercrime Costs Businesses $11.7 Million Per Year

Cybercrime Costs Businesses $11.7 Million Per Year

The annual costs of cybercrime, number of breaches, and mitigation time to resolve them are all on the rise.

 
Grid: Locked — Managing the Risks of Hacking the Electric Grid

Grid: Locked — Managing the Risks of Hacking the Electric Grid

As more hackers focus on critical infrastructure, risk managers and consumers must prepare for the risks of cyberattacks on the electric grid.

 
Majority of U.S. Workers Report Hostile Workplaces

Majority of U.S. Workers Report Hostile Workplaces

Whether to manage the risks of labor shortages or workplace conflict and litigation, businesses may need to take a hard look at their culture.