A cyber-attack is as likely to come through your front door as a firewall. It’s key to understand the risks to your business - wherever they come from. This article encourages risk managers to go beyond digital network security and be aware that hackers walk through doors as well as firewalls.
The recent global ransomware attacks has again illustrated why employee education is increasingly vital to combating cyber crime. This article from StrategicRISK highlights the five best steps companies can take to protect themselves against future ransomware attacks.
This special report examines one of the biggest challenges facing the insurance industry, and, more broadly, the world - the great divide between economic losses and insured losses, commonly called the protection gap. The report discusses this growing problem and what be done to address the issue.
Any organisation that carries out activities which require employees to use certain hand held tools needs to carefully assess the risks and put the right safeguards in place. This article provides advice on how organisations can reduce the risk of hand-arm vibration claims and fines.
Following the recent global ransomware attacks, Reuters examine how cyber security has moved from IT risk into enterprise risk. With FM Global’s cyber experts they discuss why organisations need to ensure they have adequate coverage in their property policy.
This, the second white paper in our two part series on construction, takes a look at some of the associated regulatory changes and risk management topics, highlighting the insurance related issues.
Newly updated for 2017, the FM Global Resilience Index now includes three emerging drivers of resilience – rate of urbanisation, cyber risk, and supply chain visibility – to rank the relative resilience of countries to business disruption.
The “It can’t happen here” mindset can be hard to overcome, but FM Global is encouraging plant operators to think about loss prevention in new ways and increase their preparedness with Scenario Based Training programmes.
With 40% of vehicles set to be fitted with ADAS systems by 2020, the maintenance and calibration of these systems is a cause of concern for insurers. This article focuses on the implications for the insurance industry in terms of road safety, liability and vehicle repairs.
‘Cannabis farms’ – is a risk all landlords should be aware of, as it can often lead to significant property damage and loss of rental income. This article discusses the scale of the problem, the common warning signs of cannabis cultivation, and the steps landlords can take to manage the risks.