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Consumers are fed up or “creeped out” by current data privacy practices, and many are ready to stop doing business with companies over use of personal data.
Our annual review of some of the year’s most notable risk events highlights top challenges risk professionals had to address in 2022 and some that will shape the risk landscape in 2023.
Business interruption is the year’s second-most important global business risk, and companies most fear that cyber incidents will threaten business continuity.
Amid rising ransomware attacks, these are the top questions risk professionals are facing from boards and underwriters, and the information you need to address one of today’s top business threats.
Over the past year, data breach costs have surged to record numbers, and remote work was a driving force behind these rising costs.
Many organizations have increased their focus on DE&I over the past five years but fewer recognize the lack of a DE&I strategy as a core business risk.
Armed with lessons learned from the 2020 hurricane season and pandemic response, risk professionals are preparing differently for natural disasters in 2021.
Patrick Sterling and Matt McMahan sat down with Risk Management to share some of the lessons they have learned over the past year, preparations for natural disasters in 2021, and insight into building a people-first playbook for times of crisis.
Heading into the 2021 hurricane and natural disaster seasons, organizations must reassess their risk profile with regard to remote or hybrid workforces to ensure the safety of both operations and employees.
COVID-19 and new technology are fueling a shift to virtual venues, creating easier access and more diverse events. These 14 tips will help you get the most value out of digital conferences and meetings.
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.
With advanced technology and more mature risk management strategies, risk and event professionals are improving event security.
As threats to data privacy and security proliferate, authorities worldwide have been increasingly active, making it a banner year for data security regulation.
Since we last covered cyberthreats to U.S. election infrastructure, the risks have become far more real. While much has changed, problems remain.
From service dogs to emotional support pigs, rabbits and ducks, an expanding range of assistance animals are creating new business challenges.
As more hackers focus on critical infrastructure, risk managers and consumers must prepare for the risks of cyberattacks on the electric grid.
As widespread ransomware attacks force organizations to take the threat more seriously, it is critical to develop a clear response strategy.
While it is impossible to eliminate the threat of social engineering fraud, there are several easy—and often inexpensive—ways businesses can reduce the risks.
Anne Neuberger, the NSA's first CRO, discusses building an ERM program and the role risk management plays in national security.