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How much shareholder value drops after a cyber breach

August 2, 2023 by Alyssa DiSabatino

Major cyber incidents disrupt more than a corporation’s operations. Shareholder value, a key measure of a company’s financial health, was shown to fall an average 9% in the year following an event, a recent Aon report showed. With that, C-suite clients

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Aon reveals top risk exposure for Canadian companies in 2023

May 18, 2023 by David Gambrill

Canadian businesses are seeing a rise in the cost of their business interruption claims, causing BI to be one of their top risk concerns in 2023, according to a new report by Aon Canada. “The sources of business disruption for

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How Canada’s P&C market shifted in 2022

November 1, 2022 by Alyssa DiSabatino

Market conditions remain complex but are stabilizing as the industry approaches its last quarter this year, Aon’s 2022 Canadian Insurance Market Report found. Increased competition, along with positive underwriting results and loss activity, marks a transition from significantly challenged market

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Who is putting your client’s company at risk for a cyber scam?

September 22, 2022 by Alyssa DiSabatino

Two-in-five employees surveyed (42%) said they’ve seen an increase in cyber scam attempts over the last year, yet only a third of surveyed employees (34%) reported their company provides mandatory cyber security awareness training, finds new research by the Insurance

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How Aon avoided laying off employees

April 30, 2020 by Adam Malik

Aon Canada employees will see their salaries reduced as part of an effort to ensure that no one at the company is laid off as a result of the economic upheaval created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The brokerage provided Canadian

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How to give your client a ‘wake-up call’ on cyber risk

April 14, 2018 by Greg Meckbach

Cyber insurance application forms can give companies a “good understanding” of how well prepared they are to deal with an information security-related loss, speakers said Thursday at the International Cyber Risk Management Conference in Toronto. “We have seen clients stop

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Non-compliance with Payment Card Industry standard can result in host of issues for insurers: ICRMC speaker

April 4, 2016 Jason Contant, Online Editor

Failure to comply with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard can potentially result in a host of “nasty things” happening to those without coverage, attendees to the 2016 International Cyber Risk Management Conference (ICRMC) heard last week. Matthew