For the first time, cyber-attacks on mobile devices have outpaced desktop attacks by volume, with a 56% y-o-y growth in mobile attack rate. This according to LexisNexis Risk Solutions' Cybercrime Report.
According to Fitch Ratings a recent string of defaults due to corporate governance failings in Indonesia's financial industry highlights governance remaining a major risk for creditors and investors.
Japan's MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings will offer a service to analyse the risks climate change pose to companies.
A recent research report from Airmic, a UK-based association for risk and insurance professionals, demonstrated that the scale and velocity of the COVID-19 pandemic took many organisations by surprise.
With the COVID-19 pandemic preventing professionals from travelling and performing on-site inspections at factories and warehouses, Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance has decided to offer an online-based remote loss prevention service for corporate clients as a complementary support measure.
A global survey of over 160 senior risk professionals from banks and insurers has revealed that the risk landscape look nothing like what they had expected it to be in 2020 due to the coronavirus.
The 10th edition of The European Risk Manager Report 2020 says the risk management profession is growing in strength to tackle post COVID-19 challenges.
The Singapore Cyber Landscape (SCL) 2019 report reveals that cyber threats grew in scale and complexity in Singapore in 2019.
Lane Clark & Peacock LLP (LCP), a leading UK firm of consulting actuaries, in its new report released in June 2020 has found a big change in the risks which most concern the insurance industry.
The repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic could squeeze the world's energy demand by 6 per cent in 2020, the largest annual decline for 70 years.