COVID-19 dominated headlines and redefined the risk landscape, but a host of other notable events also shaped 2020 and underscored the critical role of risk professionals this year.
While already battling COVID-19, hospitals and health care facilities suffered a record number of ransomware attacks in 2020, disrupting operations, risking patient care and threatening sensitive medical data.
A look at COVID-related insurance claims in 2020 and trends to watch as the pandemic continues.
Risk professionals must refocus on three key areas: governance, business resiliency and cybersecurity.
California’s new data privacy law strengthens consumer privacy requirements for businesses.
These risk management trends should be on your company’s radar for the new year.
New auto accident reporting and investigation measures are key to controlling costs.
These tips can help boost the odds that your R&W claims get paid
Audit and risk professionals believe the risk environment is unlikely to return to more stable pre-pandemic conditions in 2021.
As losses from the pandemic continue to mount, the already hard market has rapidly grown even harder.
More risk professionals report carrying cyber insurance, filing claims and being satisfied with their coverage.