Soon after a high performer is put into a position of being responsible for other people, the reality sets in that it’s not easy.
Munich Re has estimated that the cyber insurance market will double by 2020, thanks to an increase in the use of connected devices and the subsequent surge of complex risks associated with such systems.
The following is an opinion piece written by Henri Wasjsblat, Director, Head of Financial Services Solutions at Anaplan. The views expressed within the article are not necessarily reflective of those of Insurance Business.
DOG ate your homework? You’re on your own. But if it knocked over the laptop carrying your homework, you may get reimbursed, even if you can’t get out of detention.
It takes grit, perseverance and really great food to stay afloat in the restaurant biz today. An appetite for calculated risk-taking doesn't hurt, either.
Social media juggernaut Facebook made the headlines yet again, this time as the victim of a massive data breach that affected as many as 50 million user accounts. But one cyber expert warns stolen logins should not be the only thing users are worried about.
We’re often told to “reach for the stars” in our endeavours – but it’s not usually meant so literally.
Yet many insurers around the world have done just that, by offering insurance against alien abduction.
More than half of media and entertainment firms experienced three or more cyber attacks over a 12-month period, according to a new survey from specialist insurer Hiscox.
With the insurance hearings of the Financial Services Royal Commission currently underway, explosive revelations about unethical and illegal practices within the industry have dominated media headlines.
Bouncing on backyard trampolines is a national pastime in Australia, so when the worldwide trampoline park trend took off, we were quick to jump on it.