There are policies and plans for floods, tornadoes, cyber crime - and now for disturbed individuals on a killing spree. We look into how the insurance industry is adapting to active shooters. Meanwhile Jeff Pearce hits the road, looking into the issue of cargo theft, which costs the trucking industry millions each year. And we vent, and ask you to vent, over natural disaster risk, while we examine the changing liability risks for global products.
New attitude, new features! A provocative look at corporate espionage with two ex-CSIS executives who see the private sector as the front line in the cyber war. Our brand new country risk report profiles Japan, and we learn how DHL’s operation there got shaken, but not stirred by the quake and the Fukushima meltdown. JLT’s Justin Priestley knows a thing or two about nuclear disaster. Find out how one of London’s top risk managers started his career by defusing bombs.