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  • Hong Kong: Re-skilling in insurance sector steers towards data

    Reskilling in Hong Kong's insurance industry is focused on enhancing workers' ability to make business decisions in an increasingly data-driven environment, and on virtual management and leadership skills, says Zurich Insurance Group in its "Shaping A Brighter Future of Work" report released last month.

    Asia | 11 Jun 2021
  • UAE: Reskilling efforts in the insurance industry at early stages

    Reskilling efforts in the insurance industry in the UAE are in their early stages, with emerging support from the Chartered Institute of Insurance. The government is keen to promote local actuarial skilling, says Zurich Insurance Group in its "Shaping A Brighter Future of Work" report released last month.

    Middle East | 10 Jun 2021
  • Australia: Reskilling in insurance sector seen as robust

    The reskilling ecosystem in the insurance sector appears to be robust in Australia, with government, in-house, and third-party providers offering training programmes with a particular focus on entry-level and basic skills, notes Zurich Insurance Group in its "Shaping A Brighter Future of Work" report released last month.

    Asia | 10 Jun 2021
  • Asian companies still lacking in LGBTQ+ inclusion

    Many companies in the region are still falling short when it comes to fostering an LGBTQ+-friendly working environment through diversity and inclusion (D&I) initiatives according to a new study commissioned by AXA.

    AIRPlus | 09 Jun 2021
  • Annual average global temperature may temporarily increase by 1.5 °C in next 5 years

    There is around 40% probability of the annual average global temperature will temporarily rise 1.5°C above the pre-industrial level in at least one of the next five years.

    Asia Risk | 09 Jun 2021
  • Climate change could be responsible for 37% of global heat deaths

    While around one third of heat-related deaths can be attributed to climate change, there have been no systematic efforts to quantify the heat-related human health impacts that have already occurred due to climate change.

    Asia Risk | 09 Jun 2021
  • India tops ransomware attacks globally

    More than two thirds (67%) of Indian organisations whose data was encrypted by hackers paid a ransom to get back their data according to a global survey conducted by cyber security firm Sophos.

    Asia Risk | 09 Jun 2021
  • Majority of consumers think bending the truth is fine to get cheaper home insurance

    Two in three UK homeowners and renters who participated in a survey felt it was fine to manipulate the truth to get a cheaper insurance quote online.

    Asia Risk | 09 Jun 2021
  • Businesses still have remote working cyber security concerns

    Four out of five businesses still remain concerned about the security risks of employees working remotely according to the 2021 Thales Global Data Threat Report. This concern is despite organisations being over a year into remote working and looking ahead to likely shifts to hybrid remote.

    Asia Risk | 09 Jun 2021
  • More Indians inclined to maintain digital hygiene

    A new survey by McAfee has found that 57% of Indians agree that digital hygiene - or the lack of it - can put themselves and their families at risk.

    Asia Risk | 09 Jun 2021


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