Fraud accounts for 5% to 10% of claims costs for U.S. and Canadian insurers.
N.Y. judge rules the losses a company suffered when an imposter tricked its accounts payable department into wiring money are covered by computer fraud provisions...
There remains a sizable gray area around whether losses caused by a truly catastrophic cyber event would be covered and under what policy.
There are three major forces disrupting what is currently a $247 billion premium auto insurance marketplace.
Supporting the cyber insurance market, and the strength of small businesses to ward off cyber threats, is among the Trump Administration's goals.
Insurance against terror attacks must adapt to face up to the threats posed by so-called lone-wolf militants and the rise of cyber crime.
Congress took the first step toward setting rules for self-driving cars.
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Most businesses have some kind of internet presence, but not all ensure that their websites comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act, leaving them vulnerable...
A global cyber attack could result in damages of as much as $121.4 billion, comparable to economic losses caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Lloyd’s...
While it's easy to assume the latest cars are at the greatest risk, it turns out older models are very popular amongst thieves.
Help your clients protect their identities and information while they’re traveling.
If every picture tells a story, as Rod Stewart once sang, can numbers likewise tell a tale?
Cyber crime insurers largely avoided costly claims from the recent attacks that hit businesses around the globe. The next global virus could change that.
AIG’s incoming COO Peter Zaffino will get a $23.5 million pay package.
Peter Zaffino, former CEO of Marsh LLC, was named global chief operating officer of AIG, again working closely with CEO Brian Duperreault.
The annual Cost of Data Breach study examines both direct and indirect costs to companies in dealing with a single data breach incident.
Human error and insurance companies both play a role in this era when computer crimes have become a business.
To recognize those leading the way, AirlineRatings.com released its annual list of the world's safest airlines. Of the 409 airlines it monitors, 20 stand out as the 'best of the best.'