NEWS AND FEATURES

  • Cyber insurance underused

    22 August, 2019 Businesses are finding it difficult to protect themselves against the increasingly diverse range of tactics deployed by cyber criminals and…
  • Businesses fail to quantify risk

    15 August, 2019 While businesses manage risk in a wide variety of ways, too many are not quantifying the threats they face, according…
  • Humans and AI together

    7 August, 2019 In 2021, artificial intelligence (AI) augmentation will create $2.9 trillion of business value and 6.2 billion hours of worker productivity…

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Enterprise Risk Summer 2019

Securing a future: Nagumantry Roop Kumar on SBI Life’s plans to deliver insurance to India’s huge population

PLUS:
Weight of numbers: quantitative risk management focus
Mental blocks: the truth about cryptocurrency safety
Cookie cutters: getting ready for ePrivacy
Changing the climate on risk: addressing environmental threat

    Industry Perspectives
  • Solving cyber risk

    1 March, 2019

    One of the greatest risks of failing to address cyber threat is that people will turn away from the very technologies that could produce rapid productivity gains over the next few years,

  • Mitigating privacy risks in the Internet of Things

    30 November, 2018

    As the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes increasingly ubiquitous, organisations from all industries are beginning to explore ways to develop and utilise their own IoT network or service offering.

  • Webinar: mitigating the risks of sanctions compliance

    23 November, 2018

    Non-compliance with trade sanctions increasingly attracts severe penalties for organisations, according to a recent IRM and Lexis Nexis webinar. While the effectiveness of sanctions themselves has been debated in some quarters,

  • Thinking the unthinkable – how leaders manage catastrophic risk

    4 July, 2018

    More and more firms are now putting low probability catastrophic risks higher on their agenda. According to the authors of a recently published book, the reason for this is simple: these events are happening more often.

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