What Are You Doing About Ransomware?
Amid rising ransomware attacks, these are the top questions risk professionals are facing from boards and underwriters, and the information you need to address one of today’s top business threats.
Cyber Insurance Collaboration
In response to a hardening cyber insurance market and the rising toll of ransomware, it is more important than ever for risk management and information security to work together to protect the organization.
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With the continuing hardening of the insurance market, many companies are increasing the level of their SIR or deductible, and may need to turn to subrogation to recover losses.
When supply chain problems arise, it becomes necessary to look at the legal levers available.
If financial institutions do not vet potential vulnerabilities appropriately, they could face scenarios that publicly reveal the fissures in their institutions.
Policyholders may have insurance coverage for cyber-related claims under their D&O policies that may not be solely limited to securities litigation.
Companies are reevaluating where their employees conduct business, and to what extent they will rely on brick-and-mortar real estate assets.
An audit of your company's website and other digital offerings can help ensure accessibility and hedge legal risk.
Relying on a COI for proof of coverage can pose serious risks for businesses.
Pandemic and climate change pressures prompt proactive supply chain strategies.
Companies need to understand how social media use contributes to corporate risk.
Newer companies and younger workers are at the greatest risk of injury among contractors.
Over the past year, data breach costs have surged to record numbers, and remote work was a driving force behind these rising costs.
Small-to-medium business leaders reported working longer hours and feeling more pressure since the pandemic began.
Risk managers can prepare their organizations for unexpected future risks by building resilience.