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From dirty bombs to GPS spoofing: New threats to fleets

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While fleet management might not sound like it is an area where security is a top concern, technology is extending the capabilities of anyone with malicious intent. Continue reading →

Insurance, behavior and reputation: What happens when aviation meets insurance

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While insurance and risk reduction are almost always worth the investment, there is no silver bullet. Effective risk management requires an altogether deeper understanding of the risk, based on data and observation. Continue reading →

Three issues powering aviation security to the top of the agenda

It is imperative that government and industry build strong partnerships and governments around the world work together to mitigate the terrorist threat to aviation. Continue reading →

Claims against directors for failure to insure against cyber risk are more likely now

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In recent years, there have been many reports of data breaches on a massive scale caused by either corporate system failures or employee negligence. Continue reading →

Silent cyber risk: Insurers must try harder

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Remember this? “The PRA expects that all Solvency II firms robustly assess and actively manage their insurance products with specific consideration to non-affirmative cyber risk exposures. This includes all property and casualty (P&C) covers which could give rise to cyber … Continue reading →

Start with these 3 functions when thinking about enterprise risk management

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This post is part of our “A Year in the Life of the Strategic CRO” series and is the first of three posts that will focus on the foundational elements of strategic enterprise risk management. How and which aspects of … Continue reading →

Why your employee wellbeing program needs to include a focus on financial wellbeing

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I’ve spent my entire career in benefits – first with a medical carrier, then with ancillary benefits carriers, and now by helping clients design and implement programs for their employees. While I have learned to quote deductibles, coinsurance, and explain … Continue reading →

Evolving the benefit mindset: Responding to employee expectations for choice and personalization (Part 4 in a series)

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Part 4 in a 7-part series: Evolving the Benefit Mindset In this series, experts from Willis Towers Watson identify areas of focus critical for the successful implementation of a benefits strategy in a time of increased automation, uncertainty and changing … Continue reading →

The truth about directors’ duties in the U.K. and the business judgment rule

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Between 1742 and 2017 it seems there have been 130 cases in which the discharge of directors’ duties in the specific context of the business judgment rule has come under scrutiny by the English courts. In 82 of these, the … Continue reading →

The asset manager’s guide to assessing and evolving culture

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Many people hear the word culture and shrug – it’s a vague term explained by equally ambiguous words such as “philosophy,’’ ‘’ethos,’’ ‘’values” and “DNA.” As an investment manager focused on the concrete – portfolio returns, peer performance, due diligence, … Continue reading →