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.
To thoroughly evaluate the cyberrisk and resiliency of an organization, a thorough check up must be performed.
Automotive cyberrisk is not just about autonomous vehicles—today’s cars and trucks, like any other internet-connected devices, are
vulnerable to being hacked.
A new focus by international prosecutors aims to hold more companies and executives responsible for human rights violations in the developing world.
Stoicism can help risk managers better deal with conflicts and reach successful resolutions.
A review of some of the most important risk events of the year can help risk professionals guide their organizations toward future success.
From defense contractors to tech startups, a number of companies are creating new technology to deploy in the ongoing fight against terrorism.
As cyber extortion becomes common, companies must familiarize themselves with policy terms in order to maximize key cyber coverage.
A sizable gender wage gap persists in every industry, and increasing litigation, regulation and reputation risks make unequal pay a bad deal for everyone.
To mitigate the costly damage that can stem from disaffected or disgruntled workers, employers must examine how to cultivate employee loyalty.
A well-structured return-to-work program is one of the most effective ways to minimize workers comp costs and improve an employee’s recovery.
Risk managers on this side of the Atlantic should take careful note of new changes to Insurance law in the United Kingdom.
As Americans prepare for the election in November, many experts worry that hackers could be heading for the voting booth as well.