Public unrest about government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic will influence global unrest moving forward
Liabilities could arise from the unintended consequences of decisions made by algorithms and artificial intelligence
While controls are useful, risk leaders must focus on the impact of shocks at a business model level
80% say improved risk management will be critical for their business to protect and build value in the next five years - EY
Organisations are urged to take action to root out child labour within their supply chains as numbers grow to 160 million worldwide
Government support programmes have kept alive unviable zombie companies, while wealth inequality has broadened
Effective risk resilience is increasingly correlated to a firm’s viability and growth potential, finds Marsh
Analysis of $1 billion of insurance industry claims show cyber incidents, including crime, is the top cause of loss - AGCS
Corporations are holding more risk on their balance sheets as the value of intangible assets grows
Untimely adoption may drive sudden changes to information security, change management, business continuity and third-party risk exposures
More than two thirds lack insurance coverage for bodily injury claims arising from system failure or cyber breach
Healthcare organisations were most targeted while the rise of ’double extortion’ has fuelled ransomware losses
Organisations in APAC had built more robust pandemic programs in response to similar threats already faced, such as SARS
In our 2020 APAC Risk Benchmarking Survey, we wanted to see how the COVID-crisis had shaped the thinking of risk managers
When StrategicRISK was born, few could have anticipated the world of risks we would be facing 20 years on
The traditional approach to cyber security must be replaced by something that is more user-centric - Aon and CyberCube
Climate change is a truly global risk. Why risk managers need to consider the physical, reputational and transition risks arising from climate change.
More complex and costly repairs; new fire and cyber threats and potential recalls are among the new exposures - AGCS
Guy Carpenter has partnered with RiskGenius to improve the detection and qualitative analysis of silent cyber exposure across various lines of business.
Our future is digital – there is no escaping it. Businesses that want to stay in the game must learn to adapt, with help from you, their risk expert. And this involves bolstering defences against the threats this new world will, inevitably, bring.
Leesa Soulodre, chief innovation officer, Inspirit IoT and adjunct faculty member at the Singapore Management University (SMU), argues more focus needs to be placed on establishing ethical principles and guidelines for the creation and deployment of new AI technologies.
Much more than a food delivery service, Deliveroo serves up vast amounts of big data – and fresh new risks – daily. It relies on business resilience leader Patrick Smith to stay creative.
Businesses that have developed a new type of resilience will not only be ready for this new world reality, but will also be well- positioned to seize any outsized opportunities that will inevitably emerge in 2019.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is altering the risks your business is facing faster than you can keep up. Read these tips to see what is coming and how your business can prepare right now.
As we approach the final months of the year, which issues are expected to pose the greatest threat to risk managers in 2019? Leading managers pick the top emerging risks for the year ahead.
Speaking exclusively to StrategicRISK, Swiss Re’s head of sustainability, emerging and political risk management, Martin Weymann warns risk managers of the more prominent threats they need to beware of and how to begin preparing for them.
So-called ‘alternative facts’ in today’s online world reach many quickly and can ruin the reputations of those in the firing line. Risk managers must be primed to shut down bad buzz before it has a chance to spread.
François de Hennin, independent risk advisor and consultant, and former global chief risk officer of GroupM tackles one of the biggest risks facing business today: managing and mitigating the risk of fake news.
Wars and financial crises are the two big threats most capable of wiping out economic growth, according to Martin Wolf, chief economics commentator, Financial Times