For all the talk of how big a risk cyber is, what actually defines a cyber-attack and how is that definition shifting and evolving? At our recent Cyber Virtual Summit, an expert panel discussed what brokers and their clients need to know.
Wildfires in the western U.S. have been increasing in frequency and duration since the mid-1980s, posing a significant threat to buildings and lives. This article looks at three sources of wildfire ignition and how businesses can address building vulnerabilities by creating a defensible space zone.
In this article, Jon Hall, Chief Operating Officer, FM Global, highlights why flooding is one of the most devastating and costly of all natural disasters, and how businesses can take action to protect their value, provided they are armed with clear information.
A broken link involving just one of your suppliers can send security concerns down your entire chain. This whitepaper explores the relationship between organisations and third-party suppliers when it comes to cybersecurity. It also looks at data breach risk and response, and the impact on consumers.
Equipment theft is a significant problem in both lean and prosperous economic cycles. This article highlights the various steps organisations can take to keep their tools and equipment safe, as well as the hidden costs associated with uninsured low value items.
This new guide by Ecclesiastical provides accessible information about the ways in which charities could find themselves exposed to the cyber security threat, the implications of a cyber attack and the steps third sector organisations can take to protect themselves.
One occupational disease that is causing particular concern for the HSE is silicosis. In this blog, Andy Miller, technical risk control manager at Allianz explains why silicosis could result in claims if employers don't manage risks correctly and whether a tougher approach might be needed.
Physical security measures in banks have improved massively in recent decades, causing criminals to target vulnerable employees to do their dirty work. This article sheds light on the nature of ‘tiger kidnappings’ and the steps organisations can take to reduce their exposure to such an incident.
Climate change and extreme weather. Why should your business care? FM Global looks at the affect it is already having on global supply chains.
As cyber crime evolves, so must our understanding of where the vulnerabilities lie, and what tools we need to prevent attack. This article sheds light on the evolution of cyber risk and how insurers are responding by implementing innovative cyber risk modeling methods.