Pandemic-induced economic stress will continue to exacerbate political risk throughout 2021 according to Marsh Specialty's political risk map 2021.
More than one third of US motorists worry about possible cyber-attacks on their connected vehicles according to a survey by HSB Insurance.
The International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) is refocusing efforts on environmental, sustainability and governance (ESG) issues to ensure the marine insurance sector and its clients are better prepared to deal with their impact.
Cyber criminals are now using new and advanced techniques to attack mobile-based banking processes according to a new report by cyber security firm Kaspersky released in April 2021.
A record number of organisations worldwide are now carrying out a long-term risk analysis following the COVID-19 pandemic according to a new research by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI).
New Zealand is the first country in the world to introduce a law that requires the financial sector to disclose the impacts of climate change on their business and explain how they will manage climate-related risks and opportunities.
The future of the traditional insurance players is playing out on the mobile, according to Mr Aurelien Duval-Delort, founder of Bizao, a mobile payment services operator in Africa.
The government has issued a decree regulating the national insurance database which will be launched on 1 June.
There is an alarming disconnect between the need for organisations to keep their data protected and the investments they make trying to reach that goal according to a new survey by cyber protection firm Acronis.
At least six out of 10 people worldwide are likely to lose their jobs by 2025 as humans and machines are probably to spend equal amounts of time at work according to a new report published by the World Economic Forum (WEF).