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Accepting failure can fuel success, drive advances for companies looking to reach digital maturity: global study

July 14, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Trying and accepting the possibility of failure has proved an effective way for organizations to clear the aversion-to-risk hurdle and advance toward digital maturity, notes a new study from MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte Digital. In all, 71% of

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Employee awareness, training key to building a solid cyber security culture: Echols

June 22, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

A little competition could be a good thing, especially when it comes to building a cyber security culture, cyber expert Michael Echols suggested last week during a symposium co-hosted by the Travelers Institute and Economic Club of Canada. Developing a

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More data-based use cases likely offers greater shot at success for insurers exploring connected insurance: expert

May 24, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The greatest value to insurance industry players and their customers will likely not be realized without expanding the number of data-based use cases, Matteo Carbone, founder and director of the Connected Insurance Observatory, recently suggested. “Connected insurance is about gathering

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Workplaces should consider the value of staff reporting, observation in combating potential terrorism, violence

April 25, 2017 Angela Stelmakowich

PHILADELPHIA – The value of staff monitoring and reporting to identify behaviours that may seem linked to the risk of terrorism and workplace violence should not be underestimated, Harry Rhulen, chief executive officer of Firestorm, suggested Tuesday during an educational

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Investments to fight cyber breaches must include technology, people and risk transfer: WTW cyber head

April 24, 2017 Angela Stelmakowich

PHILADELPHIA – Considering human risk is essential when determining how best to combat data breaches and associated costs, but the human element is routinely overshadowed by technology in organizational efforts to bolster cyber security, says Anthony Dagostino, global head of

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Canadian executives investing in tech skills training, but still struggle to keep up with technology change: PwC Canada

March 29, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Polled Canadian organizations are struggling to keep up with constant technology change despite executives viewing digital strategy, cyber security and data analytics as quite or highly important skills to their businesses, notes a new report issued Wednesday by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

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Use of technology could help to enhance compliance efforts: KPMG LLP report

March 14, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The majority of chief compliance officers (CCO) in the United States taking part in a KPMG LLP survey are struggling to integrate and automate compliance activities across their organizations. Six in 10 polled CCOs report “their company’s technology infrastructure has

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Need for organizations to fill culture gap when it comes to cyber risk: ICRMC speaker

March 3, 2017 by Angela Stelmakowich

Organizations and their boards must treat cyber risk as an enterprise-wide issue to help foster a culture in which every person and every department understands it has a role to play in making the organization as cyber-secure as possible, corporate

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Don’t underestimate effort needed for successful acquisition: CIP Symposium speaker

April 25, 2016 Jason Contant, Online Editor

Don’t underestimate the effort required to have a major change such an acquisition go through successfully, attendees to the 2016 CIP Society Symposium heard last week. Speaking during an Up Close and Personal session, Surender Sekhon, director of operational underwriting