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The criminal settlement may end almost two years of questions about what GM’s executives knew and whether they would be held personally responsible.
Insurers write close to $1 trillion in insurance premiums each year according to the FBI — that's a lot of risk management and a huge...
Arsonists see insurance as the solution of last resort.
What do insurance agents and risk managers need to understand about protecting a company's bottom-line against terrorism and terrorism-related risks?
Workers’ Compensation fraud is on the rise and smart employers need to know what red flags to watch for.
Americans love road trips. Is your state road trip-friendly?
Workers' comp fraud is growing – here are the red flags to look for.
A shutdown of the New York Stock Exchange on the same day that a network failure halted all United Airlines flights in the U.S. had...
Some investigators suspect the attacks were part of a sweeping campaign to create a database on Americans that could be used to obtain commercial and...
Is your teen safe in your home state?
More federal personnel records have been hacked than previously reported and U.S. officials are weighing responses ranging from new counterintelligence initiatives to destroying the data...
Cyber crime has become an increasing priority for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The latest high-profile cyber attack could be part of a much larger plan to gain access to millions of government employees.
Concern is data could be used to target workers with sensitive information who could be subjects of traditional blackmail tools.
California insurance commissioner Dave Jones has appointed George Mueller as the new deputy commissioner for the Department of Insurance's enforcement branch.
The U.S. government is determining whether charges will be brought against General Motors Co. or its employees over the handling of a faulty ignition switch,...
U.S. law enforcement officials have no credible evidence that airline cockpits have been hacked from passengers’ seats, contradicting a man who claims he did just...
It's understandable if the average insurance professional feels like he or she can't do much about cyber risk. The statistics make the issue seem insurmountable.
Traffic jams, road construction, bad weather, and more can all contribute to numerous everyday challenges for drivers.
With little exception, most major universities do not offer insurance programs as a primary area of study.
Waves of DDoS attacks shut down swatches of the internet on Friday, prompting the need for the insurance industry to issue standard cyber liability coverage forms.