Floods and droughts are likely to cost major global cities $194bn annually by 2050 according to a new research.
Consumers surveyed in six APAC markets are most vulnerable to online fraud on social media sites, according to a new report.
Simply blaming climate change for the catastrophic impact of severe weather events that cause devastating damage, is not good enough according to a new report.
Digital wearables, smartwatches and fitness trackers pose unique threats to the security and privacy of customer data according to a new document released by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
PERILS, the independent Zurich-based company providing industry-wide catastrophe insurance data, has extended its market coverage to include exposure and event loss data for the perils of wind and flood in Japan.
Acre Africa, a beneficiary of the World Bank's One Million Farmers Platform (OMFP), is one group in Kenya that is leveraging technology to help farmers manage climate risks.
The State Administration of Radio and Television and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism have issued jointly the Code of Conduct for live-streamers and online influencers who advocate products and services in professional fields.
With Sedgwick handling over nine million claims a year for their insurance and corporate clients they are ideally placed to maximise the automation of claims handling.
Fewer than a quarter of the 200 largest worldwide insurers have 'truly digitalised the value chain' according to a new study by ACORD, the standards-setting body for the global insurance industry.
Businesses should prepare for a rise in civil unrest as the cost-of-living crisis follows hard on the heels of the COVID pandemic, according to a new report by Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) .