The outcome of the much talked about legal case regarding the cladding of the Lacrosse building that caught fire in Melbourne has been announced.
Are you prepared for cyber incidents? A recent survey says SME’s are not, despite the fact 60% have had a cyber incident in the last 12 months
Our office will be open across the whole holiday period, except for the public holiday’s (and the afternoon of 21 December for our office Christmas celebration!) – so, we will be here if you need us.
National Insurance Brokers Association CEO, Dallas Booth recently stated, “It is pleasing that despite all the misconduct revealed by the Royal Commission, across most areas of financial services, there was no mention of any systemic issues or concerns leading to misconduct by
Insured losses from global catastrophes worldwide could reach $US270.9 billion ($374 billion) in a 1-in-100 year scenario, modelling firm AIR Worldwide estimates in an annual risk report.
Two-thirds of NSW residents are unprepared for the looming storm season, and as storms lash the north of the state, the State Emergency Service has issued a warning against complacency.
If you see this text then your files are no longer accessible, because they have been encrypted,” read the message on the computer screen. “Please follow the instructions and send $300 of Bitcoin to the following address.”
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.