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A CISO perspective: 5 key considerations for defending your business against cyber threats

I recently had the opportunity to join Tim Orchard and James Hatch of BAE Systems Applied Intelligence in a webcast discussion on how to defend your business against cyber threats. The technology component to mitigating cyber risk is a critical … Continue reading →

Going pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness

How often do we hear stories about a bad diagnosis that could have been prevented? October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month and it’s a timely reminder that we can’t take our own health for granted. As we juggle busy … Continue reading →

Is ‘good enough’ really good enough when communicating your Total Rewards programs?

My dad always said, “If you’re going to do something, do it right the first time.” I think that lesson holds true on just about everything I do. Well, except for my handyman skills. Sometimes I know my limits and … Continue reading →

Corporate Social Responsibility – Six key imperatives for mining companies (Part 2)

See part 1 of the series: Four challenges facing the mining industry. As mining companies venture into more remote locations to find reserves, they typically must conduct scores of studies and financial models before they are authorized to break ground. … Continue reading →

Four challenges facing the mining industry (Part 1 in series)

In our recently published Mining Risk Review, Willis Towers Watson identified four challenges that all mining companies should be addressing as we move further into the second part of this decade. These are: Operating within a volatile geopolitical landscape: Mining … Continue reading →

Seeking cover in the new senior managers’ regime

Despite all the talk about personal accountability at board-level by politicians and regulators, there have been very few instances of prosecutions or enforcement against the senior managers of banks and other financial institutions. So, is there really any reason for … Continue reading →

A hurricane season of record-breaking storms – Part 2: What will the future hold?

This is a continuation of a previous blog post, A hurricane season of record-breaking storms – Part 1: Historical context With every large storm, there are always questions concerning climate change. Can storms such as those we’ve seen in recent … Continue reading →

A hurricane season of record-breaking storms – Part 1: Historical context

Hurricane season 2017 will leave many scars. A succession of September Hurricanes have left trails of devastation across many Caribbean Islands, as well as caused widespread flooding and loss across many southern states of the U.S. In fact, it was … Continue reading →

4 steps for building a cyber-savvy workforce

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month here in the U.S. It’s also European Cyber Security Month (ECSM), a campaign designed to raise cyber security awareness and encourage users to improve their online hygiene. As I scan headlines after the large … Continue reading →

An active year ahead for employer health plan RFP activity

Larger employers are already getting a jumpstart in thinking about continued health plan cost management for next year, with an acute focus on rethinking how health care is delivered, the employee experience and which vendors can best help them in … Continue reading →