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D&O Insurance for Data Breaches

D&O Insurance for Data Breaches

As data breaches grow large enough to savage a company’s bottom line, management liability insurance and senior level governance cannot be overlooked

 
Safety Rules Put Railroads Back on Track

Safety Rules Put Railroads Back on Track

Accidents involving freight trains carrying crude oil have prompted a new focus on rail safety.

 
Outsourcing Our Humanity

Outsourcing Our Humanity

The risk of automating our humanity.

 
How to Manage Reputation Risk

How to Manage Reputation Risk

To truly protect their organizations, risk managers must understand the realities of reputation risk.

 
ERM from the Top

ERM from the Top

John Hach of Lincoln Electric discusses how getting company leaders involved can lead to ERM success.

 
Making the Most At-Risk Generation Less Risky

Making the Most At-Risk Generation Less Risky

Millennials present unique challenges that may require companies to adjust training programs.

 
The Ineffectiveness of Child Safety Recalls

The Ineffectiveness of Child Safety Recalls

The vast majority of children’s product recalls either go unnoticed or are ignored by consumers.

 
When Good Celebrity Endorsements Go Bad

When Good Celebrity Endorsements Go Bad

Disgrace insurance policies can help companies avoid being swept up in celebrity scandals.

 
Defense Against the Disabled List

Defense Against the Disabled List

Athletes need to consider disability insurance to protect their financial well-being from career-ending injuries.

 
Dodging the “Direct Loss” Bullet

Dodging the “Direct Loss” Bullet

Courts have found the definition of a direct loss to be broader than what some insurers would believe.

 
Walking, Chewing Gum

Walking, Chewing Gum

We all know how hard it is to walk and chew gum at same time, but walking and texting is even harder.

 
Worker Safety in the Health Care Industry

Worker Safety in the Health Care Industry

Health care workers must balance efforts to perform their jobs safely while protecting patients from harm.

 
Managing Country Risk in the Boardroom

Managing Country Risk in the Boardroom

To make better decisions on international risks, boards must have the information to ask the right questions.

 
Casinos Face Pressure on Money Laundering

Casinos Face Pressure on Money Laundering

Regulators are requiring the gaming industry to strengthen its anti-money laundering procedures.

 
Hacking Away at the Bottom Line

Hacking Away at the Bottom Line

Target’s data breach highlights the costly risks retailers and card companies face from cybercriminals.