Given the complexities and pervasiveness of cyber risk, organizations can benefit from experienced risk advice when managing their exposures.
Take practical steps to build your cyber resiliency with Marsh’s four-part series on the 12 recommended cybersecurity controls, including their characteristics and requirements.
Cyber risk and exposure will keep changing, and as such, the industry should be prepared for both known and unknown cyber risks.
In the ever-changing world of cybercrime, the ransomware environment appears to be shifting again, with an increase in encryptionless extortion attacks.
Severe weather, natural disasters, and other catastrophic events can cause serious havoc regardless of where you are in the world.
As construction projects become more audacious in scale and geography, and the number of climate-related disasters increases, there is a demand for more intelligence around climate risk and how it can be managed.
Learn how severe weather events can impact your environmental risk profile and what you can do to be better protected.
El Niño has arrived and climate scientists are predicting that it could intensify and remain a significant weather risk factor throughout 2023 and into 2024.
As organizations across every industry move forward with climate change and sustainability strategies, they will encounter new risks and opportunities to be managed.
For the energy industry, climate vulnerability is especially relevant for certain asset classes where building codes may be insufficient given the rising exposure to extreme events.
Natural assets and resources are declining at an unprecedented rate, and this has highlighted the very present need to address nature’s resilience in the global risk landscape.
The chemical industry plays an important role in the global economy, interacting with nearly every good that is manufactured, used, or consumed across increasingly complex value chains.