Risk and Insurance Management Society
Why Stand Alone Against Cyber Risk?
The growth in companies buying stand-alone insurance has plateaued, according to a survey of corporate insurance buyers.
Quantifying Cyber Risks
Companies are clamoring for the data and information they need to manage their exposures.
Response to Cyber Threats Found Lacking
Businesses are alert to threat of hacker attacks but can "do a lot better" to counter them, survey of risk managers says.
Risk Managers Seek Simpler Data-Breach Notification
The Risk and Insurance Management Society is pushing a bill that would streamline the current cyber-notification system under a single federal regulator.
Risk Management Costs Up Slightly
The latest findings of a survey that studies the cost of corporate risk management shows slow albeit steady growth.
Study Shows Risk Management Boosts Corporate Valuations
Companies showing "mature risk management practices" may have valuations of up to 25 percent more as a result.
How CFOs Can Curb Insurance Costs
Finance chiefs can slash their companies' property-casualty premiums by linking effective risk management to insurance buying.
Is the Terrorism Insurance Logjam Finally Broken?
An insurance industry lobbyist blames delays in renewing a federal backstop for corporate terrorism insurance on Tea Party and libertarian legislators.