International

Human Trafficking: How Businesses Can Combat the Modern Slavery Epidemic

Human Trafficking: How Businesses Can Combat the Modern Slavery Epidemic

Businesses must take steps to help identify and combat modern slavery on their premises and mitigate the risk of liability claims.

 
Notepad: Risk in Review – September 2019

Notepad: Risk in Review – September 2019

Tesla’s safety claims scrutinized, Capital One hacked, global food supply at risk, and more.

 
Going for the Gold: Cyberrisks at the Olympic Games

Going for the Gold: Cyberrisks at the Olympic Games

As the world’s highest-profile sporting event approaches, organizers must prepare for an evolving array of cyberthreats.

 
Climate Risk Planning Neglect

Climate Risk Planning Neglect

While many leaders expect significant business impacts from climate change, actual preparation lags.

 
Insurers Brace for Emerging 5G Risks

Insurers Brace for Emerging 5G Risks

New 5G technology promises many improvements, but may also introduce risks that could significantly impact the insurance industry.

 
Notepad: Risk in Review – July/August 2019

Notepad: Risk in Review – July/August 2019

Earthquakes rock California, insurers phase out coal, ransomware wave crashes cities, and more.

 
Sworn to Secrecy: Protecting Trade Secrets and Intellectual Property

Sworn to Secrecy: Protecting Trade Secrets and Intellectual Property

Given the key value of trade secrets, companies must evaluate their protection measures to mitigate theft and misappropriation risks.

 
Checks and Balances: Reevaluating the Role of External Audit

Checks and Balances: Reevaluating the Role of External Audit

Subpar work, conflicts of interest and recent corporate failures are prompting a reassessment of external audit’s role.

 
Preparing Employees for Travel Risks

Preparing Employees for Travel Risks

Recent violence in Northern Ireland illustrates the need to prepare for risk in any destination.

 
Understanding the EU’s New Copyright Law

Understanding the EU’s New Copyright Law

Article 13 of the EU’s copyright directive has complex requirements for content providers.

 
Using Captives to Insure Against Political Risk

Using Captives to Insure Against Political Risk

As political risks increase worldwide, captives may provide an answer to key coverage questions.

 
UK Cybersecurity Office Warns Against Weak Passwords

UK Cybersecurity Office Warns Against Weak Passwords

The National Cyber Security Centre offered password security insights after interviews with more than 2,500 members of the public.

 
Economic Factors Drive Top Risks

Economic Factors Drive Top Risks

Economic and geopolitical uncertainty marked top risks facing businesses this year, while risk readiness hit a 12-year low.

 
Notepad: Risk in Review – June 2019

Notepad: Risk in Review – June 2019

Global extinction, Notre Dame fire aftermath, cyclone preparedness in India, and more.

 
The Reality of Trade Secret Protection

The Reality of Trade Secret Protection

A recent survey offers insight on trade secret theft protection, investigations and opportunities for improvement.