Posts Tagged ‘risk management’



June 20th, 2018

Better Quantifying Cyber Exposure Will Help Determine Risk Finance Needs

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As evidenced by the millions of dollars potentially at stake in a cyber event, financing to help an organization recover from a cyber-attack is more important than ever, with serving insurance a key part of the equation.

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June 19th, 2018

Preparedness to Manage Risks

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A majority of organizations are prepared to manage risks as a result of increased use of technology, although a few report being significantly prepared. Although treasury and finance professionals are cognizant that increased use of technology will also increase risk exposure, not all organizations are actively addressing the urgency and criticality of being prepared to manage these risks.

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June 18th, 2018

Guide to Cyber Coverage Options

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Cyber Risk Management: Response and Recovery, the new report from Marsh & McLennan’s Global Risk Center and WomenCorporateDirectors, includes a Guide to Cyber Coverage Options.

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June 14th, 2018

Threat Trends on Major Cyber Attacks in 2017

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The Marsh & McLennan Companies Cyber Risk Handbook 2018 is published.

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June 13th, 2018

Getting Practical with Emerging Risks

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containersWidespread political volatility and rapid technological advances are spurring companies to question not just their resilience, but also their fitness for purpose in the new world order. Yet, many companies are unsure what practical steps they should be taking with regard to major strategic uncertainties and potential shocks.

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June 12th, 2018

A Heightened Focus on Cyber Response and Recovery

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Over a third of directors of U.S. public companies now discuss cybersecurity at every board meeting. Cyber risks are being driven onto the agenda by high-profile data breaches, distributed denial of services (DDoS) attacks and rising ransomware and cyber extortion attacks. The concern about cyber risks is justified. The annual economic cost of cyber-crime is estimated at USD 1.5 trillion and only about 15 percent of that loss is currently covered by insurance.

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June 7th, 2018

Captives’ Future Will Track with Global Risks

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What does the future hold for captives? Trends that may alter captive owners’ strategies include tax reform, climate change and emerging technologies.

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June 6th, 2018

Directors Risk Survey Report 2018

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Guy Carpenter sister company Marsh has introduced their annual Director Risk Survey Report, done in conjunction with the Institute of Directors. The results reflect changes in the evolving local and global risk landscapes - with cyber, IT, talent attraction and retention and the loss of a key person just some of the risks highlighted.

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May 24th, 2018

Wearables, Drones and the Internet of Things: The Next Wave of Workplace Safety and Claims Mitigation, Part II

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metropoulos_emil_gcciEmil Metropoulos, Workers Compensation and Terrorism Specialty Practice Leader

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Traditionally, workers compensation insurers’ risk assessment was based on data collected at certain times of year, such as policy renewal. And parts of the data set may rely on qualitative metrics like standard loss survey questionnaires, which can omit pertinent questions. By using telematics, employers and insurers can collect real-time data and institute a continuous feedback loop to identify unsafe conditions, immediately warn a worker who may be at risk and monitor and reward those who take corrective action.

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