In this Q&A, Jeffrey Skelton, Managing Director, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, Insurance, Europe, discusses the current insurance industry landscape, how insurance has evolved over the past 12 months and the current challenges facing the industry, before sharing his predictions for 2021.
Accelerating digital agility in insurance: Unlocking exceptional customer experiences with automation
Today’s insurance consumer wants smooth and convenient service, and only insurers who can deliver it will succeed in the 21st century. Designed for insurance leaders, this e-book explains how insurers can unlock the door to smarter automation and unleash higher return on experience.
Risk convergence: How insurers can seize the initiative on privacy, cyber risk and operational resilience
Based on a recent webinar discussion where insurance risk and privacy leaders discussed the changing operational risk landscape, this article shares five critical learnings that insurers must apply, if they are to seize the initiative on privacy, cyber risk and operational resilience.
The Cyber Risk Survey conducted by Post in association with Cyberscout provides some great insight into claims activity and changes in the cyber landscape. This spotlight sheds light on how insurers and brokers can help their customers to assess and mitigate potential risks to their businesses.
In 2020, the cyber risk landscape changed drastically as a result of Covid-19 and the mass migration of employees to remote working environments. Based on feedback from cyber risk specialists, this spotlight sheds light on how cyber risks have changed over the past 12 months.
Spotlight - climate change: Aviation, carbon neutrality and the potential impact on the insurance market
Post’s climate change survey ranked aviation as the most significant industry that contributed to lowering carbon emissions during lockdown. This spotlight focuses on the link between climate change, aviation and carbon neutrality as well as the potential impact on the insurance market.
What role can the insurance industry play in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and the global carbon footprint as a response to climate change? This spotlight sheds light on the findings of Post’s climate change survey, carried out in conjunction with Kennedys.
The previous parts in this series advanced a playbook approach to reducing conceptual uncertainty of ransomware risk and revealed the value of risk factors in reducing empirical uncertainty. Part three delves into the cyber insurance implications of these approaches to reducing ransomware risk.
In this video, Matt Drinkwater, cyber & financial lines underwriting manager, NMU, explores the impact on SMEs and insurance brokers who don’t buy cyber cover and why protection is a necessity for all businesses.
Part two of a three-part blog series on ransomware risk focuses on how a risk factor-based approach can help tame the empirical uncertainty surrounding this specific cyber risk.