• Avoiding a World Cup Red Card

    Avoiding a World Cup Red Card

    With soccer’s biggest event kicking off in Brazil this month, protecting and insuring the massive influx of fans has become a priority.

     
  • Political Risk and the Supply Chain

    Political Risk and the Supply Chain

    Much like a major storm or natural disaster, political unrest can wreak havoc on international supply chains.

     
  • The Fallacy of What

    The Fallacy of What

    Measuring results alone may not be enough to accurately gauge the success of a safety program.

     
  • New Rules for Vendor Compliance

    New Rules for Vendor Compliance

    With updates to HIPAA, PCI and FISMA,regulators are placing increased emphasis on third-party operations.

     
 
 

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The Small Business Cybersecurity Blindspot

The Small Business Cybersecurity Blindspot

Contrary to popular opinion, small businesses may be even more vulnerable to hackers than larger companies.

 

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Baby Boomers’ Impact on Small Business Formation

Baby Boomers’ Impact on Small Business Formation

With baby boomers driving small business formation, financial risk managers need to adjust their processes.

 

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Reviewing Your Personnel Policies

Reviewing Your Personnel Policies

Effective human resources policies can reduce the risk of expensive employment claims.

 
 

Risk Headlines

Understanding Political Risk Coverage

Understanding Political Risk Coverage

Whether you already have a political risk insurance policy, are facing renewal or are considering purchasing a policy for the first time, a careful review of policy terms will be worthwhile.

 
Are Your Secrets Safe?

Are Your Secrets Safe?

Companies go to great lengths to protect physical data, but the security of intangible assets is often overlooked.

 
Digital Health Services Face Security Issues

Digital Health Services Face Security Issues

Data security concerns make many consumers reluctant to use online health services.

 
Wal-Mart Challenges China on Food Safety

Wal-Mart Challenges China on Food Safety

After $10 million in fines, the world’s biggest retailer is taking a stand on food safety regulations in China.

 
Don’t Fly Angry

Don’t Fly Angry

Airline complaints go digital.

 
Minimizing Internship-Related Liability

Minimizing Internship-Related Liability

In order to avoid legal trouble, internship programs must be carefully structured.

 
GM Faces Uphill Climb After Recall

GM Faces Uphill Climb After Recall

General Motors has been forced to reassess safety protocols as costs mount for its ignition switch recall.

 
Mining Big Gains from Big Data

Mining Big Gains from Big Data

The benefits of big data technology for fraud prevention and detection.

 
Strategic Risk Gains Prominence

Strategic Risk Gains Prominence

Risk management has increasingly taken on a strategic role within many organizations, but uncertainties remain.

 
Should TRIA Be Renewed?

Should TRIA Be Renewed?

The economic impact on federal spending if TRIA is allowed to expire.

 
A Snapshot of the Property Market

A Snapshot of the Property Market

Premium rate trends in the property-casualty insurance market.

 
The Seven Deadly Sins of Disaster Recovery

The Seven Deadly Sins of Disaster Recovery

Avoiding key mistakes can ensure successful insurance claims recovery after a catastrophic loss.

 
Mitigating Business Interruption Exposures from Cyberattacks

Mitigating Business Interruption Exposures from Cyberattacks

Businesses should carefully consider the impact a cyberattack would have on their operations and take steps to make sure that their insurance will respond as desired.

 
The New Math: Bringing Predictive Analytics into the Mainstream

The New Math: Bringing Predictive Analytics into the Mainstream

A group of cutting-edge firms are making predictive analytics more accessible and bringing it into the mainstream.

 
Risk Miscommunication

Risk Miscommunication

Examining risk communication at the executive level.