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Shari Natovitz lost hundreds of former colleagues on 9/11. Now she manages risk for a vital piece of New York’s skyline.
Weak firewalls for home IoT networks mean your toaster could betray you.
Last year’s Germanwings disaster brought pilot mental health issues into the aviation spotlight.
It's time to consider whether cyber coverage is evolving and maturing at the same pace as the exposures it's designed for.
We could all use a novel approach to the presidential campaign — why not treat it like an insurance renewal?
Political risk and trade credit insurance offer protection against uncertainty and pave the way for global growth.
Prescription drug compounding is beginning to turn a corner in managing chronic pain.
Leaked documents shed light on mysteries surrounding numerous masterpieces.
Avis Budget Group’s director of risk management, Barbara Vitale, lauds the industry for bringing more women into the fold.
Claims management is never stagnant. Utilizing a continuous triage model keeps injured employees on track to recovery.
The RIMS ERM committee is focusing on the risk manager's role in M&A.
Cutting-edge technology such as drones, satellites and 3D imaging allow for quicker, safer and more efficient claims handling.
There are valuable lessons to be gleaned from approaching cyber risk as you would an active volcano.
As some carriers pull back on business interruption coverage due to compounded exposures, insureds look to minimize risk.
Inhospitable work environments encourage some workers to rationalize committing insurance fraud.
Catastrophic events like a storm surge create unique exposures for commercial properties. Presented by Travelers.
Security researchers provide haunting proof of how vulnerable our high-tech vehicles really are.
Younger brokers play an important role in helping insureds understand cyber risks.
Molding the expectations of customers and shareholders through ERM is critical to reputation protection.
Captives can cover risks excluded from conventional terrorism policies and cover the potential gap under the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act,
Senior executives discuss the industry’s continued challenges not just attracting young talent, but keeping it.
With guns a hot-button emotional issue, employers face tough choices for managing related reputational exposures.
Many risk managers use a retrospective approach to risks, when they should be analyzing where the next risks are coming from.
A majority of patients still believe that opioids are the most effective remedy for pain, and expect treating physicians to prescribe them.
The 100 Resilient Cities initiative continues to grow in the U.S. and globally.
Is the insurance industry, not known for its youthful population, incapable of innovating on its own?
Risk management went from talk to action at the RIMS opening festivities.
Is our world coming apart at the seams?
Our health and economy are increasingly exposed to a long-documented but ignored risk.
The aggregated impact of a cyber attack on the U.S. power grid could cause huge economic losses and upheaval.
Federal health care regulations are paving the way for a value-based purchasing approach in workers' compensation.
Myopic decision-making based on self-selected information sources results in broad-based societal and economic harm.
Biotechnology breakthroughs can provide great benefits to society, but the risks can’t be ignored.
The time is ripe to consider physical medicine to better manage the total cost of risk.
Fear of uncertainty will almost certainly keep Britain in the European Union.
The "baseball rule" shields Major League Baseball from liability should a screaming line drive or a shattered bat injure a fan.
Make the effort to brainstorm the upsides of a project while you're in the process of assessing its risks.
The resources aligned to remediate acid mine drainage are minimal compared to the cost; up to $72 billion.
Mid-size employers transitioning from fully insured health care plans are intrigued by stop-loss captives.
Public sector risk managers often must make split-second judgments based upon community standards.
Before you part ways with your captive domicile, make sure your next partner has what you’re looking for.
Captives are emerging as a viable option for cyber coverage when the commercial marketplace lacks affordable options.
Companies that opted out in Oklahoma now face substantial financial risks should the courts overturn the provision.
Paul Piazza of Honeywell International Inc. takes pride in protecting his company from all exposures — and being the master of the thermostat at home.
The dynamic cyber risk landscape demands a stable insurance carrier with a prudent approach and an eye on the long road.
In resolving cyber security dilemmas, it helps to ask the right question.
Data collected by wearables can make claims more clear-cut, and help prevent future incidents.
The aspect of fire prevention managers can best control is ignition sources.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently levied a fine in the cyber security realm. It sent a clear warning.
The marijuana industry’s growing traction has given rise to divergent views on managing the risks.
Insurance brokers must adapt as payroll companies and others blur the lines of traditional insurance distribution methods.
Manufacturers must comply with up to 26 different state safety plans.
Litigation against employers continues to rise.
Getting ERM kicked into gear can mean doing less, not more.
Many small and mid-size businesses underestimate their exposure to supply chain disruption.
There can be many challenges when constructing renewable operations. Presented by Travelers.
Personal liability judgments against the very rich escalated in monetary value over the past 20 years.
Brokerages see slowing organic revenue growth.
Savvy companies are weighing the benefits of offering paid leave to valued employees against the cost of adding skilled absence managers.
The EEOC has revised its guidelines concerning worker retaliation, but opinions on the changes are mixed.