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Risk in Context Blog

Timely blogs from our risk and insurance experts on the issues and trends that affect your business – and your bottom line.

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WannaCry Means GottaAct: Lessons in Ransomware’s Wake

Posted by Thomas Reagan 18 May 2017

Firms need a comprehensive cyber risk management strategy to ensure a quick, effective response against ransomware and other evolving threats.

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Related to: Cyber Risk , Cyber Risk

Political Risk Insurance Outlook: Still a Buyer’s Market

Posted by Evan Freely 15 February 2017

Globally, nearly 60 insurers currently offer political risk coverage, creating significant competition and giving buyers many choices.

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Cyber Risks – How They Can Originate from Your Business Network

Posted by Sek Seong Lim 16 November 2016

In today’s digital world, customers, business partners, and suppliers are interdependent in a highly integrated ecommerce infrastructure, and the effects of a cyber attack can be felt across the entire commerce network. Therefore, a collaborative effort is required to safeguard all parties’ online interests.

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Claiming Against Your Insurance Policy – Is there Such a Thing as a Straightforward Claim?

Posted by Wendy Lim 10 November 2016

A good claims outcome is undoubtedly the most important deliverable of the insurance product that you have bought, and you would understandably expect the correct claims to be paid in the shortest possible time.

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Related to: Claims , Claims Management

Supply Chains Vulnerable Following Hanjin Administration

Posted by David Tate 16 September 2016

South Korean shipping company Hanjin has entered administration, and as the situation develops, it is clear supply chains could be vulnerable to disruption.

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Hanjin Insolvency – What Should Cargo Owners Look Out For?

Posted by Neil Pettitt 14 September 2016

The size of the operation of Hanjin Shipping makes this insolvency unprecedented in the shipping industry. Needless to say, Hanjin Shipping’s insolvency is likely to impact a great number of importers and exporters across the world.

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Related to: Marine , Cargo , Cargo

How to Stress Test your Cyber Risk Management

Posted by Peter Mason 01 December 2015

The insurance position and a tool to measure your public sector organisation’s cyber risk management performance.

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Considerations in Developing an Insurance Program for Terrorism Risks

Posted by Tarique Nageer 16 November 2015

Property, terrorism, and political violence coverage can help manage the financial impact of terrorist and other mass violence attacks.

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Related to: Terrorism , Political Risk

Terrorist Attacks in Paris Highlight Importance of Corporate Preparedness

Posted by Chandra Seymour 14 November 2015

The horrific terrorist attacks in Paris serve as a harsh reminder of the ever-present threat of mass violence and the importance of keeping your employees safe with integrated and well-practiced crisis and continuity plans.

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Related to: Marsh Risk Consulting

Chief Human Resources Officer: Why Your Employees Are Your Strongest – and Weakest – Link in Your Cyber Defences

Posted by Elisabeth Case 12 November 2015

Human resources leaders are well-positioned to engage employees about cybersecurity, helping them protect the company – and themselves.

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