Easy to produce, hard to stop. Risk managers must monitor and be prepared to act quickly when fake news claims target their business
Only 5% of organisations feel prepared to assess, manage, and recover from a future unknown and unpredictable risk event. Here’s how to revamp your risk strategy to tackle emerging threats
As organisations evolve their business models to embrace digitalisation they open themselves up to new cyber risks. Matthew Worsfold, a partner in Ashurst’s Risk Advisory practice, and Rachel Sexton, the head of the Risk Advisory Practice explore how firms need to think about managing these exposures
Only 23% of boards are classified as highly resilient, according to research from EY. Here’s how they can step up and help manage the risks that threaten the organisations they serve
The use of generative AI technology such as ChatGPT is growing, however this creates significant exposures for businesses. Here’s how risk managers can mitigate the threats
Investing in Artificial Intelligence can help risk managers and their organisations win the war for talent, argues Piet Middelkoop, CEO of Van Ameyde Group
AI brings the promise of progress and threat of disorder, as the launch of ChatGPT demonstrates
Trend is particularly strong in Asia where demand for digital health services has grown substantially - Beazley
All parties in the supply chain must understand and mitigate risks of transporting lithium-ion batteries - AGCS
Why firms must proactively construct risk management capabilities to keep pace with transformative change
Ecommerce platforms have facilitated trade in potentially lethal products, warns TT Club
Green hydrogen could be a key component of a carbon-free future but there are significant hurdles to overcome
With modern applications of lithium-ion batteries relatively new, we’re just beginning to understand the implications of thermal runaway
Embracing emerging technology requires the right mindset and the right skills
Global construction output is expected to grow by 42% by 2030, driven largely by government stimuli - report
Attention to intellectual property is a potential blind spot that may require more forceful remediation - Beazley
Liabilities could arise from the unintended consequences of decisions made by algorithms and artificial intelligence
Aon’s vaccine insurance solution demonstrates the technology’s potential in the insurance market, says GlobalData
Government support programmes have kept alive unviable zombie companies, while wealth inequality has broadened
Insurance industry initiative, led by Aon, offers supply chain protection for COVID-19 vaccine shipments
More than two thirds lack insurance coverage for bodily injury claims arising from system failure or cyber breach
Risk managers must ensure that the business opportunities offered by 5G are not outweighed by extra security threats
Airmic welcomes broker’s partnership with analytics firm Polecat, which ”signals a new generation of innovative risk management solutions”
As dependency on connected technologies increases, so do associated risks and the need for good governance, argues the World Economic Forum
Climate change is a truly global risk. Why risk managers need to consider the physical, reputational and transition risks arising from climate change.
The latest technology and efficient use of data will help risk managers to improve their decision-making, according to Frashad Shah, head of risk management at highway concession business Prolintas.
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.
In this opinion piece, Jeff Yeo, experienced risk practitioner with a global financial institution explains why being in the co-driver seat for digital transformation can be just as important a role for risk managers.