A recent survey has found that the ramifications of the semiconductor industry supply chain crisis have been exacerbated by the conflict in Ukraine. The semiconductor industry serves as a major driver in the global economy.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) UK and Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) UK have asked the solicitors' community to emphasise on the point that paying a ransom to cyber criminals will not keep data safe or be viewed by the ICO as a mitigation in regulatory action.
Tens of thousands of wind turbine blades will end up in landfills by the end of the decade unless end-of-life programmes are established soon according to a new study End-of-life policy considerations for wind turbine blades led by the University of South Australia.
Credential stuffing is emerging as a significant and rapidly growing cyber threat to personal information according to international data protection and privacy authorities.
The worst possible climate change catastrophic scenarios, including collapse of society or the potential extinction of humans are being ignored according to a group of global scientists.
A new survey by Aviva Insurance has revealed that 70% of brokers are interested or very interested in further digitalisation or automation.
A new research has revealed that climate risks can spread rapidly and harm companies, banks and other financial institutions alike.
Cyber security and data privacy followed by pandemics and other communicable diseases, and administration and fiduciary risks are now ranked as the top people-related risk by companies in Asia.
Financial, digital, business interruption and pandemic concerns top the list of macro risks for mid-sized company leaders.
A new survey by US InsurTech Policygenius finds widespread concern about climate change-related extreme weather, especially among young homeowners in the country.