The Chartered Insurance Institute’s Society of Underwriting Professionals has launched a good practice guide on cyber covering data, coverage, cyber incidents and basic precautions.
Microsoft’s data breach, which saw details of a reported 250 million customers made available online, could leave insureds facing knock-on phishing attempts and the tech giant facing a fine.
As the January sales draw to an end consumers aren't the only ones with deals on their minds.
CFC has bought London-based insurtech Threatinformer for an undisclosed sum.
Blog: How cyber security ‘scoring’ could be the solution to drawbacks in cyber security risk modelling
Cybercrime is becoming an increasingly sophisticated and widespread issue. As we enter a new decade, it’s clear that few individuals, organisations and governments will be exempt from danger writes Andrew Martin, CEO at DynaRisk.
The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a warning after what appears to be data held by the regulator appeared for sale on a website.
Blog: How artificial intelligence is altering the landscape of liability for the healthcare industry
Missed, inappropriately delayed, or simply just wrong – these are all types of human diagnostic errors hampering healthcare systems and not only are they more common than you might think, some experts believe these errors to be the third-leading cause of…
Risk managers have never been busier, Zurich’s group chief risk officer Peter Giger said, as he urged businesses to address environmental risks sooner rather than later.
Companies face “a critical impact” if they fail to address cyber and climate risks, the CEO of Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty has warned.
Capsicum Re could seek to expand its presence in the US through acquisitions, Gallagher UK broking and underwriting CEO Simon Matson has said, following the company’s acquisition of the reinsurance broker.
Foreign exchange currency provider Travelex, which has been hit with a ransomware attack, has not reported a data breach, the Information Commissioner’s Office has said.
Dixons Stores Group has been fined £500,000 following a cyber-attack which affected at least 14 million people.
With the holiday break over, this week has seen people across the UK – some somewhat sluggishly – get back to business.
When thinking about what the new decade might hold in store for the profession, it is vital to consider how insurance has evolved over the centuries and the role it played in shaping the world we live in, says Sian Fisher, CEO of the Chartered Insurance…
Several “significant” key risks of harm have been highlighted by the Financial Conduct Authority in an update to insurer boards.
Foreign exchange provider Travelex, which has been offline since New Year’s Eve after a cyber attack, has cyber insurance in place.
Increased collaboration means insurers no longer need to worry about insurtechs taking their market share but Laura Drabik, chief evangelist at Guidewire Software, explains this integration must be done correctly or the market will face unhappy customers…
The International Underwriting Association is establishing a new market group to examine the growing impact of climate change policies on a range of insurance activities, including investment, underwriting and risk management, as part of its business…
Though a new decade and the opportunity for new beginnings are now firmly in view, this week proved that 2019 still has some endings to get out of the way first.
The SME market is changing, with more IT consultants, gig workers and freelance project managers emerging alongside traditional businesses. To support both the old and new Helen Bryant, director of SME markets at Allianz Insurance, argues the insurance…
Historically people have 'fallen' into insurance rather than seeking it as a career. Adrian Furness, chief operating officer at Covéa Insurance, asks if this is changing.
Mark Harris has joined loss assessor Harris Balcombe as head of cyber risks, Post can reveal.
With the increasing use of machine-learning models, the data being inputted into these models raises a number of ethical questions, but how are insurers addressing these potential issues?
Autonomous vessels and sailing has certainly grabbed many of the shipping – and even day-to-day – headlines in recent times