Are CFOs Naive on Cyber Insurance Value?
The insurance doesn't cover many of the losses finance chiefs think it does, research suggests.
Calculate the Real Cost of Catastrophe
To protect against threats to corporate value, many companies rely too heavily on insurance coverage.
How to Lean On Your Risk Manager
CFOs who lay awake at night worried about risks they may be missing aren't making enough use of their risk managers, says the CFO of a risk management firm.
Giuliani: Trump Has Long Way to Go on Cyber Risk
The president’s cyber adviser and former New York City mayor thinks cyber-defense systems are five years behind the hackers.
A CFO’s Case For Investing Big in Employee Development
"A single avoided loss can pay for a lot of professional development."
How Analytics Is Helping to Curb Insurance Losses
Analytics are now being used to predict the relative likelihood of different loss-producing events at a location.
Cyber Risks Threaten Physical Security, Industrial Controls
Cyber risk management should go beyond IT-specific concerns like malware, firewalls, and virus scans.
After 42 Years with One Company, a Retiring CFO Reflects
Jeff Burchill, FM Global's finance chief since 1999, has seen the property insurance industry and the role of CFO mature and gain complexity.
Your Supply Chain Is Riddled with Risk
While it's nice to cut supply-chain costs, don't choose a low-cost shipper without considering all cargo-related risks.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Nov. 11
Twitter, FM Global, Symantec, Kohl’s, Science Applications International, Diversified Restaurant Holdings, Builders FirstSource, ManTech International
Don’t Let the Climate Change Your Business
The climate is changing. Don’t let it change your business.