Members from Aon’s Women in Cyber network joined with cyber professionals at Dive In Festival to discuss the importance of diverse thinking, and gender diversity, in creating a successful cyber team.
Industry experts have challenged what diversity really means and how creating diverse teams reduces the risks of “blind spots” at this year’s Dive In Festival.
With less than 0.5% of venture capital funding going to Black-led start-ups, Frances Stebbing speaks to two recipients of the Black Founders Fund to find out why this initiative is so important and how it helped their business.
Domestic & General is concerned that without further help such as that from the Energy Bill Support Scheme, more customers could be left struggling with energy bills in the cost-of-living crisis, leading to difficult business retention.
Campaign group Mothers Rise Up attended Lloyd’s of London investor autumn conference last week to halt investment in any Lloyd's insurers that continue to underwrite new fossil fuels.
The Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority has finally published plans to make the insurance industry more diverse and weed out bullies and harassers.
The sector has been urged to stay ahead of future developments, as the top trends forcing insurers to change pace are revealed.
Analysis: Frances Stebbing explores how the City of London’s drinking culture has been challenged and whether the sector finally recognises it needs to allow people the option to wake up as fresh as a daisy if it wants to attract and retain fresh talent.
Artificial intelligence, genetic scissors, and brain-machine interface were identified by CFC as the top emerging technology trends insurers insurers need to prepare for if they want to be Netflix rather than Blockbuster.
Use artificial intelligence as an assistant, don’t let inclusion be a tick box exercise, and shape your company’s climate change efforts was the advice to Generation Z who attended iCan’s Elevate conference last week.
Protesters have disrupted the annual reinsurance meeting in Monte Carlo, pleading with the sector to stop coverage for deforestation and oil exploration in Congo.
Insurers have been urged to review their data practices and ensure data is coming from “official or trusted” sources, as research suggests nearly half of data scientists are left stuck with untrustworthy data.
Companies which are granted exploration and exploitation rights in the Democratic Republic of Congo oil auction could find they are without financial protection.
The Lloyd's Lab programme is returning for its eleventh cohort, seeking “fresh ideas” to challenge how the insurance sector operates and help the Lloyd’s market better serve its customers.
The City of London Police’s Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department has said ‘crash for cash’ scammers are evolving their tactics after reported cases of opportunistic fraud soars by 61%.
The Association of British Insurers has revealed the value of the average fraudulent claim in 2022 rose 20% to £15,000.
Increasing consumer demand is accelerating the adoption of digital insurance offerings and gaining momentum in Europe, research has found.