Posts Tagged ‘Marsh’



April 23rd, 2019

NotPetya Was Not Cyber “War”

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cyber-handbook-cover-image-smallNotPetya wreaked havoc for some large companies, costing them billions of dollars in lost revenue, damaging computer systems, and requiring significant expense to restore global operations. In its wake, entire industries reassessed their practices for patching, business continuity, supply chain interruption, and more.

Since the NotPetya event, we have learned much about the attack, but many details remain elusive. One continuing discussion for the insurance industry, however, is whether NotPetya was “warlike” - and more specifically, whether the ubiquitous war exclusion found in cyber insurance policies could have prevented coverage. A recent Wall Street Journal article described this as “a multimillion-dollar question for companies that purchase cyber insurance.”

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April 8th, 2019

Amid Regulatory Scrutiny Financial Institutions Must Monitor Third-Party Cyber Risk

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cyber-handbook-cover-image-smallCybersecurity ranks among the top concerns for banks, insurers, and other financial institutions, which can represent prime targets for cyber-attackers and be vulnerable to potential disruptions because of their often-complex technology systems and the valuable financial assets and rich customer data they can hold.

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March 13th, 2019

GC Capital Ideas Covers Modeling Developments

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GC Capital Ideas presents a review of our recent stories covering modeling for various perils.

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February 25th, 2019

GC Videocast - 2019 Cyber Landscape: New Regulations, Risks and Management Expectations

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Cyber Practices experts at Guy Carpenter’s affiliate, Marsh, held a video webcast to look at how changing cyber risk exposures, regulations and best practices will change the cyber risk management landscape in 2019. Continue reading…

January 30th, 2019

The Evolving Directors and Officers Market – Part II

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Directors and officers (D&O) liability insurers are expected to remain willing to walk away from business or reduce capacity, if they are not getting the pricing they need, according to the report, The US Financial and Professional Lines Market in 2019: Our Top 10 List.

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January 29th, 2019

The Evolving Directors and Officers Market – Part I

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In the third quarter of 2018, primary and total program pricing for directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance increased for the third consecutive quarter, indicates the report, The US Financial and Professional Lines Market in 2019: Our Top 10 List, produced by Guy Carpenter’s affiliate, Marsh.

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January 22nd, 2019

GC Videocast - Global Risks Report 2019

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John Drzik, President of Global Risk and Digital at Guy Carpenter’s sister company, Marsh, explains the key findings and takeaways from The Global Risks Report 2019. The 14th edition of The Global Risks Report is prepared by the World Economic Forum with the support of Guy Carpenter’s parent company, Marsh & McLennan Companies.

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January 16th, 2019

Top Financial and Professional Lines Risks in 2019

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The U.S. market for financial and professional insurance coverage saw a number of challenges in 2018, including new privacy regulations, an increase in workplace sexual harassment claims as the #MeToo movement continued to gain traction, and more securities litigation activity, says a report by Guy Carpenter’s sister company, Marsh. Continue reading…

December 24th, 2018

The Dangers Lurking in the Union between Construction and Emerging Tech

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adrian_pellan_hsAdrian Pellen, Infrastructure Segment Leader, U.S. and Canada Construction Practice at Marsh

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Technology startups geared toward the construction industry are booming. Contractors are adopting wearable tech to prevent and mitigate worker injuries and using 3D printing technologies for building components. The industry has seen a proliferation of building information modeling to foster digital collaboration between architects, engineers and contractors.

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