New peer-to-peer insurance companies are trying to reinvent the industry. Are these models a passing fad or the future of insurance?
Blockchain technology has the potential to streamline insurance transactions, but questions remain about what it can do and how it can best be applied.
Many companies purchase cyber insurance and assume the task is complete, but risk managers must continually evaluate their coverage.
Market conditions in the shipping industry may mean crises for cargo companies.
Providing prompt notice of a claim is necessary to preserve coverage, but the law allows exceptions.
Risk management professionals should understand, assess and plan for the risks their organization will face with the implementation of blockchain.
To thoroughly evaluate the cyberrisk and resiliency of an organization, a thorough check up must be performed.
The new breed of cybercriminal lacks a clear profit motive, and instead is focused on causing business interruption, economic mayhem and political instability.
Declining premium rates and abundant capacity point to a favorable market for property/casualty insurance in 2017.
Experts believe these seven threats may pose the greatest cyberrisks for businesses this year.
A recent internet outage underlines the need to reassess business interruption coverage.
Insurer profitability and broker expertise are among the key factors contributing to overall customer satisfaction with insurance companies.
Policyholders should look closely at the dispute resolution provisions presented in their workers compensation coverage plans.
As cyber extortion becomes common, companies must familiarize themselves with policy terms in order to maximize key cyber coverage.
A massive recall of exploding phones highlights lesser-known and undervalued supply chain risks.