Category Archives: Cyber Risk

Creating a Cyber-Smart Workforce Starts with Culture

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Organizations experiencing data breaches are judged by their employees as lacking in two key areas of workforce culture: employee training and pay for performance. Continue reading →

Opportunities and Risks, Brought to You by the Internet of Things

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Devices are connecting. It will take a connected approach to manage IoT risks. Continue reading →

The Buzz at RIMS: The Latest News on Property, Political, Cyber, and Casualty

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Willis Towers Watson experts talking to clients and insurers at RIMS offered their quick take on the buzz from the convention floor. Continue reading →

Marketplace Realities Spring 2016: It’s Still a Buyer’s Market, but…

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Willis Tower’s Watson’s Marketplace Realities series includes line-by-line predictions for North American insurance buyers in 2016 and beyond. New Pieces in a Changing Puzzle At the macro level, the satellite view, much remains the same for insurance buyers: capacity remains … Continue reading →

Content Protection and Digital Piracy – How Can You Protect Your Content?

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Media Companies and Risk The internet has revolutionised the way the world is consuming content. Media companies have benefitted from increased access to worldwide audiences through multiple platforms; however, with online piracy rife throughout the world, these companies are having … Continue reading →

Cybergeddon? SWIFT Malware May Put Central Banks at Risk

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The scariest bank robbery in history took place recently, and very few people understand the true nature of the crime. A robber with a gun can empty a bank vault.  A mastermind with an understanding of SWIFT can steal a … Continue reading →

Playing With Fire: Risk and Reward in a Digital World

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This year is the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, one of the largest urban fires in history. Caused by a flying spark in a bakery, the fire destroyed a third of the city, and made 100,000 people … Continue reading →

EMV Technology and the Liability Shift: What Businesses Should Consider

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The introduction of EMV¹ chip card technology by credit card networks has played an important role in reducing international point of sale (POS) credit card fraud. This technology is being rolled out in the U.S., and card networks have introduced … Continue reading →

Wearable Technology: Going Out On a Limb

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Contactless payments are a relatively new but well known phenomenon; in the U.K. consumers spent more than £2.5 billion via the technology in the first half of 2015. Transport for London adopted the technology in September 2014, and in the … Continue reading →

Guide to Network Security and Cyber Coverage

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For years, network security professionals have been saying “either you have been data breached or you just do not know that you have been data breached.” As the lives of both private individuals and businesses are increasingly dominated by technology … Continue reading →