Insurance

Year in Risk 2019

Year in Risk 2019

A look back at the most notable risk events of the past year shows how risk has evolved, and points to some challenges ahead for risk managers.

 
Enemy of the State: Ransomware Surges Against State and Local Governments

Enemy of the State: Ransomware Surges Against State and Local Governments

Ransomware attacks against cities present risks—and lessons—for risk professionals in all sectors.

 
The Latest Technology to Mitigate Property Risks

The Latest Technology to Mitigate Property Risks

Remote sensing technologies can provide a new perspective on risk mitigation.

 
Pre-Litigation Incident Investigation Strategies

Pre-Litigation Incident Investigation Strategies

Taking steps to investigate incidents when they happen will help if a claim becomes a lawsuit.

 
Managing IIoT  Product Defect Risks

Managing IIoT Product Defect Risks

The industrial internet of things can expose businesses to new cyberattack risks.

 
Insurance Considerations for Shooting Incidents

Insurance Considerations for Shooting Incidents

Active shooter coverage can protect businesses from the financial impact of a tragedy.

 
Insurers Divest from Coal Over Climate Risks

Insurers Divest from Coal Over Climate Risks

Insurers are pulling coverage and investments related to the mining and use of coal.

 
Avoiding CCPA-Related Insurance Gaps

Avoiding CCPA-Related Insurance Gaps

Careful auditing can identify key coverage and policy gaps and ensure CCPA compliance.

 
Notepad: Risk in Review – November 2019

Notepad: Risk in Review – November 2019

Japan typhoon losses, top travel firm collapses, capital cities on the move, and more.

 
The Promise and Peril of IoT Technology

The Promise and Peril of IoT Technology

Businesses and brokers say IoT will greatly impact the insurance industry in the next five years.

 
Clarifying Wage and Hour Claim Coverage

Clarifying Wage and Hour Claim Coverage

A recent California court decision has affirmed that many so-called “wage and hour” lawsuits may be covered under employment practices liability insurance.

 
The Implications of Silent Cyber Coverage Restrictions

The Implications of Silent Cyber Coverage Restrictions

As insurers begin to address silent cyber issues, policyholders will need to be vigilant to ensure they still have the appropriate levels of coverage

 
Cyber Coverage Confusion

Cyber Coverage Confusion

“Silent” cyber coverage and war exclusions have increased uncertainty around cyberrisk exposure.

 
Mitigating Construction Risk with Technology

Mitigating Construction Risk with Technology

New technology offers promise for reducing worksite hazards.

 
The Benefits of a Group Captive

The Benefits of a Group Captive

A group captive can allow organizations to take greater control of their insurance costs.