From Marsh: Under-Employed, Under-Inclusive, and Under Threat – The World in 2017

 

Among the key findings from The Global Risks Report 2017:

Trends such as rising income inequality and societal polarization triggered political change in 2016 […]

From Ankura Consulting: Implications of WikiLeaks Publishing Details of CIA’s Arsenal

On Tuesday, March 7th, WikiLeaks, the whistle-blowing website run by Julian Assange, released a cache of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) documents known as “Vault […]

From Vedder Price: Challenging Personal Jurisdiction In Online Conduct Cases

An Article By Blaine C. Kimrey, Shareholder at Vedder Price

Judge Edmond Chang of the Northern District of Illinois rejected Google’s arguments that application of […]

NetDiligence Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum • June 5-7, 2017 • Hyatt Bellevue • Philadelphia

Our 2017 Chairs

Darin Bielby, Managing Director, Navigant Information Security | Jason Glasgow, Vice President E&O Division, Allied World | Chris Keegan, Senior Managing Director, Beecher Carlson | Blaine […]

From Kivu: What Real-Life Kidnappings Can Teach us About Dealing with Digital Ones

Excerpt from article by Alyssa Newcomb of NBCNews.com

Kidnappings for ransom have been dramatized on television and in the movies and detailed on the new. […]

From Marsh: Should Cybersecurity Be a Catch-All for Disruptive Tech Risks?

Excerpt from an article by Thomas Quigley, Communications, Media & Technology, US Practice Leader, Marsh
The mention of disruptive technology risks often spurs a laser […]

From RSA: The GDPR & Your Data Protection Obligations

Excerpt from the RSA blog:
The focus is growing for the European Union’s forthcoming “General Data Protection Regulation,” or GDPR. As its May 25, 2018 […]

The Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report Ready for Download

Photo credit: Hiscox

“Robust defences against cyber intruders and strong processes for eliminating careless or rogue behaviour internally are now the keys to business continuity […]

Allianz Press Release: “Risk Barometer 2017”

 “Companies greatly fear the impact of rising protectionism and other potential shocks to markets.
Business interruption continues to lead risk rankings as new non-physical damage […]

Online and Under Attack: What Every Business Needs To Do Now To Manage Cyber Risk and Win Its Cyber War

In his recently published book, John Farley dives deep into the hacker underworld to provide insight into the ways cyber attacks are carried out and […]

Electricity Grid Cyber Risk Vulnerability

In his paper — Interdependency Effects on the Electricity Grid Following a ‘Black Sky’ Hazard — Jonathon Monken says the interdependencies of the grid is both […]

Cyber Risk to the Nation’s Critical Port Infrastructure

In their paper — A Framework for Cyber Security Assessments of Critical Port Infrastructure — authors Jonathon Monken, Daniel Trimble and Alexander F.L. Sand discuss […]

Congratulations to 4A Security’s Ben Goodman!

Recipient of ISACA’s CRISC Worldwide Achievement Award

It always lifts me up when I see a good guy do well. Congratulations to our friend, Ben Goodman, […]

Aspen Insurance Shares Insights on Mitigating Global Supply Chain Risk

One Key to Success: Set Realistic Goals
“It is not possible to eliminate cyber risk entirely throughout a global supply chain. Taking steps to limit […]

Aspen’s Oliver Brew on Insurance Risk Analytics

Frequent and always insightful speaker at HB/NetDiligence events, Oliver Brew, recently offered his insights on the impact of technology on risk analytics with the folks […]

Mass Tort Med School + Class Actions • March 15-17, 2017 • Orlando, Florida • Agenda

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Mass Tort Med School + Class Actions • March 15-17, 2017 • Orlando, Florida • Faculty

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Panama Papers—Implications for Organizations, Even Those Whose Names are Not on “The List”

 

The hack of confidential data from the Panamanian law firm, Mossack Fonseca, in April has brought down world leaders and corporate executives and cast […]

California AG: Data Breaches not Growing in Number but in Size

The number of reported data breaches in California remained steady between 2014 and 2015. But that seemingly good news is trampled by the 33-percent […]

The Emerging Threat of Hacking-as-a-Service

Organized cyber crime gangs siphon about 400 million a year from U.S. businesses, according to a McAfee Institute study. But new, inexpensive and easy-to-use […]

You Speak Computer. How About Pashto? Mongolian?

Cyber opportunists live all over the world. So, naturally, they speak many languages, besides the language of computers. And those languages are making life […]

Cyber Security: It’s Not About Data

 

Retail data breaches capture a lot of headlines, but NAS Insurance warns that companies that rely on computers to manage their manufacturing systems, power […]

5 Myths About Cyber Breaches Debunked

Information abounds about protecting your organization from a cyber attack. Quite a lot of it is valid. But one can easily be caught up […]

Press Release: HB 2016 Insurance, Risk & Litigation Conferences

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New Risk & Litigation Conferences Planned for 2016, HB Litigation Conferences Announces
RADNOR, PA — Dec. 18, 2015 — Litigants, litigators and insurers […]

Major Cyber Breaches: Depicted With Colorful Interactive Bubbles!

“Information is Beautiful”
Below is a slide presented at our 2015 Reinsurance Roundtable in New York last week. The cyber session was moderated by Michael […]