Articles by Joshua Gold
The new breed of cybercriminal lacks a clear profit motive, and instead is focused on causing business interruption, economic mayhem and political instability.
Risk professionals must closely review their first-party coverage for business income losses.
When it comes to a business’ risk management function, communication within the organization is essential.
Evolving regulations and investor expectations have put the onus on directors and officers to take responsibility for prevention, mitigation and recovery from cyberattacks.
With weather patterns and storm severity growing less predictable, a comprehensive disaster recovery plan—including reliable insurance protection—is a vital risk management task for any business.
Crime losses abound for policyholders in every industry, but navigating the insurance claims process can be a challenge.
An insurance program must account for both first- and third-party cyberrisks.
Seven tips to help policyholder resolve disaster insurance claims.
In light of recent hacking incidents, a regular review and tune-up of insurance coverages, particularly cyberinsurance, is important.
Insurance can help offset the enormous costs of a data breach investigation.
The are certain steps that policyholders can take to ensure their claims will be paid.
Whether you already have a political risk insurance policy, are facing renewal or are considering purchasing a policy for the first time, a careful review of policy terms will be worthwhile.
As data breaches grow large enough to savage a company’s bottom line, management liability insurance and senior level governance cannot be overlooked
D&O insurance policyholders must make sure that excess policies do not include unduly restrictive exhaustion clauses that can negate coverage.
Policyholders need to be aware of all the nuances of product recall insurance in order to ensure that their claim will be paid.