In the wake of an embarrassing cyberattack, Sony employees have filed class actions.
In light of recent hacking incidents, a regular review and tune-up of insurance coverages, particularly cyberinsurance, is important.
As driverless vehicles become more common, the insurance industry’s ability to transfer and manage the risks will be vital.
A study reveals that businesses worry most about business interruption and supply chain risk.
A little compassion goes a long way toward reducing workers comp claim expenses.
Global natural disasters caused drastically lower economic and insured losses in 2014.
Corporate defenses against cyberattacks are proving almost entirely ineffective, with 96% of organizations across all industries experiencing breaches.
The very amenities that attract guests to a hotel, motel, resort or casino can also be the cause of injury, disease or even death.
Everyone’s privacy has a price.
Given that severe weather always has been a driver of property and casualty claims, it is no surprise that the insurance industry is carefully considering the impact of climate change.
With a $5 billion expansion, the Panama Canal is once again transforming the world of shipping, more than a century after its creation.
For insurers, the climate change debate is quickly becoming irrelevant as potentially catastrophic threats demand taking the subject very seriously.
Organizations increasingly adopt water management strategies to control costs and combat the looming threat of scarcity.
As regulatory actions increase, organizations are finding that regulators can be overzealous in their pursuit of justice.
After almost three years of premium increases, the property/casualty market may be softening.
Commercial construction may be on the rise, but so are contractors professional liability concerns.