Global economic losses from natural catastrophes have remained about the same over the past 20 years.
Capturing and storing data on paper forms costs businesses worldwide more than $30 billion annually.
Only 2% of small- and medium-sized businesses have insurance policies for cyberrisk.
With 80% of companies offering some kind of wellness program, nontraditional initiatives are growing in popularity.
Most executives see the opportunities in IoT technology, but few have developed a strategy and committed funds to use it.
C-suite executives and board members see some of the biggest challenges now come from within the organization.
Global natural disasters caused drastically lower economic and insured losses in 2014.
Corporate defenses against cyberattacks are proving almost entirely ineffective, with 96% of organizations across all industries experiencing breaches.
The very amenities that attract guests to a hotel, motel, resort or casino can also be the cause of injury, disease or even death.
According to a new study, about 40,000 drones are expected to be in use in 2015, but a few challenges still need to be addressed.
By 2100, scientists predict lightning strikes in the continental United States will increase by 50%.
Only about half of property/casualty insurers are comprehensively addressing climate risks.
Global fraud losses add up to $3.7 trillion a year, with three-fourths attributed to employees.
A quarter of security and IT executives worldwide would not trust their own company to store and manage their personal data.
Insureds should have many options for coverage in 2015, according to a new Willis report.