Only 38% of organizations taking part in a recent Airmic survey have carried out risk assessments related to the use of artificial intelligence. 50% of organizations…
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Research by the Universities of Portsmouth and Salford shows that installing directors with a history of questionable professional conduct can result in losing up to 64% off a company’s value.
AI is likely to cause a rapid evolution of the cyber threat landscape and insurers need to keep up: the rise of AI-enabled attacks necessitates a proactive approach to policy wording and coverage.
A snap poll by Airmic, conducted on the 5th February 2024, has found that its members see cyber incidents as the top risk facing organizations in 2024.
A recent survey by VinciWork, has found that only 29% of compliance professionals have implemented specific procedures, training, or preventive measures to guard against artificial intelligence (AI) related compliance breaches.
The latest quarterly Gartner Emerging Risks Report provides an interesting look at how a number of risks are expected to develop over the next couple of years.
A new open access academic paper has been published by the Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management journal.
The UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has announced important revisions to the UK Corporate Governance Code which will apply to companies with a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange.
As the surge in technological innovation continues, driven by AI and other emerging technologies, the traditional IT landscape is undergoing a radical transformation. As well as opportunities, this evolution brings significant challenges, particularly in strategy, risk, and governance.
Marsh has announced the launch of ReadyCell, a ‘simplified and flexible risk financing solution that enables organizations of all sizes to quickly open their own insurance company and take greater control of their risk management’.