Risk Management

Founded in January of 1954, Risk Management is a monthly magazine that features news and industry analysis for corporate risk managers. The magazine has a circulation of 16,000 readers and is published by the Risk and Insurance Management Society Inc. Morgan O'Rourke is Editor-in-Chief. Jared Wade is Editor. Bill Coffin is Publisher/Editorial Director.

Articles from Vol. 65, No. 11, December

Engaging Employees in Their Own Duty of Care
One of the most challenging aspects of maintaining duty of care is convincing employees to actually follow the risk management policies you have established. You can put together a comprehensive safety program to protect their health and welfare, but...
Engaging Employees in Their Own Duty of Care
One of the most challenging aspects of maintaining duty of care is convincing employees to actually follow the risk management policies you have established. You can put together a comprehensive safety program to protect their health and welfare, but...
Global Regulation Landscape: Data Protection in 2018
In its Global Risks Report 2018 at the beginning of the year, the World Economic Forum ranked data fraud or theft as the fourth-highest risk in terms of likelihood, citing exponential increases in recorded data breaches and their financial toll. As...
Global Regulation Landscape: Data Protection in 2018
In its Global Risks Report 2018 at the beginning of the year, the World Economic Forum ranked data fraud or theft as the fourth-highest risk in terms oflikelihood, citing exponential increases in recorded data breaches and their financial toll. As predicted...
Hindsight
Taking the BaitSecurity training firm KnowBe4 recently examined tens of thousands of email subject lines from both simulated phishing tests and actual "in the wild" emails received by users and reported as suspicious to their IT departments. The following...
Is It "Horseplay" or Sex Discrimination?
A federal appeals court recently upheld a half-million dollar verdict against a small Chicago retailer after concluding that a male employee was the victim of sex discrimination. Although the employer admitted that much of the misconduct occurred,...
Is It "Horseplay" or Sex Discrimination?
A federal appeals court recently upheld a half-million dollar verdict against a small Chicago retailer after concluding that a male employee was the victim of sex discrimination. Although the employer admitted that much of the misconduct occurred, it...
Mitigating Third Party Risk in Supply Chains
As a complex web of manufacturers, business partners, suppliers and other third parties, the modern-day supply chain is no stranger to attacks. With cybercriminals constantly looking to steal critical data, the system continues to be fraught with risk....
Mitigating Third Party Risk in Supply Chains
A s a complex web of manufacturers, business partners, suppliers and other third parties, the modern-day supply chain is no stranger to attacks. With cybercriminals constantly looking to steal critical data, the system continues to be fraught with risk....
Some Really Good Dogs
All too often, risk management focuses on the negative events that can happen in life and in business. This is rarely more apparent than in our year in review issue, which is essentially a laundry list of bad news. So, in an effort to end this issue...
Some Really Good Dogs
All too often, risk management focuses on the negative events that can happen in life and in business. This is rarely more apparent than in our year in review issue, which is essentially a laundry list of bad news. So, in an effort to end this issue...
Taking the Bait
Security training firm KnowBe4 recently examined tens of thousands of email subject lines from both simulated phishing tests and actual "in the wild" emails received by users and reported as suspicious to their IT departments. The following were the...
The Impact of Sanctions on Global Business
While the United States has long used sanctions to implement foreign policy, their complexity has increased significantly in recent years, posing an array of practical challenges for companies operating internationally or engaging in cross-border transactions....
The Impact of Sanctions on Global Business
While the United States has long used sanctions to implement foreign policy, their complexity has increased significantly in recent years, posing an array of practical challenges for companies operating internationally or engaging in cross-border transactions....
The Value of Safety Plans for Claims Management
With limited exceptions, state and federal workers compensation programs are no-fault systems. Regardless of how reckless or ill-conceived an employee's actions are, they are generally still going to be entitled to recovery through workers compensation...
The Value of Safety Plans for Claims Management
With limited exceptions, state and federal workers compensation programs are no-fault systems. Regardless of how reckless or ill-conceived an employee's actions are, they are generally still going to be entitled to recovery through workers compensation...
The Year of Cyber Regulation
In the cover story of our January/February 2018 issue, senior editor Hilary Tuttle predicted 10 trends that would define the cyberrisk landscape in 2018. Even setting aside my clear bias, I have to say that the article proved to be quite prescient....
The Year of Cyber Regulation
In the cover story of ourJanuary/February 2018 issue, senior editor Hilary Tuttle predicted 10 trends that would define the cyberrisk landscape in 2018. Even setting aside my clear bias, I have to say that the article proved to be quite prescient. While...
Using Actuarial Reports to Help Manage Risk
Actuarial reports are often a financial reporting requirement for companies that self-insure or have large deductible programs. For captives, an actuarial report may be necessary depending on the location of the domicile. Beyond financial reporting,...
Using Actuarial Reports to Help Manage Risk
Actuarial reports are often a financial reporting requirement for companies that self-insure or have large deductible programs. For captives, an actuarial report may be necessary depending on the location of the domicile. Beyond financial reporting,...
Year in Risk 2018
As every risk manager knows, the world is as fraught with risk as ever. This becomes even more apparent as natural disasters, cyberattacks, corporate malfeasance and political and economic uncertainty make headlines and create new business concerns....
Year in Risk 2018
As every risk manager knows, the world is as fraught with risk as ever. This becomes even more apparent as natural disasters, cyberattacks, corporate malfeasance and political and economic uncertainty make headlines and create new business concerns....
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