More Clients Buying Cyber Coverage: Marsh
One of the reasons: property insurers are generally no longer willing to cover business interruptions caused by network intrusions.
Companies Lag on Forecasting Critical Risks
Most risk managers are using insurance claims histories to predict emerging risks.
Improved Analytics Revolutionize Catastrophe Planning
Unlike when Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005, companies today can use Big Data to make more informed risk financing decisions.
Evaluating the probability and cost of a data breach is part art, part science. New risk models promise to help with the science.
Special Report: Managing Cyber Risk
Cyber risk experts have begun to work on the assumption that it's impossible to keep networks perfectly free from attack.
What’s the Cost of a Cyberattack?
A flurry of attempts to model the risk of a corporate cyberattack hasn’t provided many answers.
Terrorism Insurance: a Crisis that Might Have Been
Concern over the lack of a federal terrorism insurance backstop triggered fears reminiscent of 9/11.
The Rise of Political Risk
The bad news: the world is becoming a riskier place for business. The good news: political risk can be managed.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Oct. 17
Marsh, Red Lion Hotels, Kate Spade & Co., Post Holdings, Watts Water Technologies, Sizmek, Ixia, Everyware, Sucampo Pharmaceuticals, 8x8
Terrorism Insurance Outlook Brightens
With bills that would re-up federal terrorism insurance protection in the House and Senate, insurers are warming to the notion of providing coverage.
REITs Using SPVs to Get Cheaper Loans
The number of special-purpose vehicles owned by real estate investment trusts has been growing rapidly since the summer of 2013.