In the face of significant market movements and disrupted economic activity, insurers remained operationally and financially resilient, according to the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) in its updated targeted assessment this year of the impact of COVID-19 on the global insurance sector based on year-end 2020 data.
Older and younger generations are targeted differently by cyber attackers based on the primary device they use to go online.
Over 5,000 new homes have been approved to be built in UK in areas that are at the highest risk of flooding according to a new report released in November 2021.
Two thirds of UK business leaders expect cyber security threat to increase over next 12 months according to the PwC 2022 Global Digital Trust Insights Survey.
Workplace blame culture causes much damage to the efforts to make cloud adoption a success according to a new research study published by enterprise data protection company Veritas Technologies.
Almost two-thirds (58%) of participating UK consumers say none of their current insurance companies have offered them cyber insurance according to a new study by digital security and privacy firm Avast.
An overwhelming majority (95%) of senior insurance executives believe that climate risk will have a significant impact on portfolio construction and strategic asset allocation, according to Blackrock's 10th Annual Global Insurance Report.
US insurers are continuing to take a hard line on underwriting and pricing cyber coverage according to The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers' commercial P&C market index for the third quarter of 2021.
The economy, worker shortages, Brexit, COVID-19 and reputational damage are the biggest risks to UK businesses according to Aviva Insurance's second risk report.
Environmental issues are at the bottom of business leaders' concerns and set to fall further in 2022 according to specialist insurer Beazley's new report Spotlight on Environmental Risks.