Are Human Beings Really the Problem in Cyber Security? Part 2
In part two of this blog series on human cyber security errors, our Strategic Assets team comes to the defence of humans who, with the right training, could become cyber security superheroes.
Are Human Beings Really the Problem in Cyber Security? Part 1
In this blog, our Strategic Assets team delves into the cause of human cyber security errors, and how the design of the environments in which we work might deter employees from taking the right action to prevent breaches in the first place.
A chemical catharsis: the consequences of the ‘Forever Chemicals
Darren Fairest explains the challenges the market is facing from the long tail risks that have emerged from the wide-ranging use of PFAS chemicals.
Dealing with darkness
With no end in sight for the global energy crisis, it’s increasingly likely that we could face blackouts. Without forward planning, this could have a detrimental impact on the precious objects and works of art that are displayed and stored in museums and galleries across the world.
Lending wings to the aviation industry
Climate change is raising the bar for what ‘good’ looks like for the aviation industry, and performance and sustainability are key components.
A sustainable future
Denise Delaney, Head of Responsible Business talks to John Elkington about how the Insurance industry can support a more sustainable future.
When art meets science
Paula Wilson, Head of Marketing at Liberty Specialty Markets, talks to Dr Emily Drabek-Maunder about the parallels between astrophotography and insurance.
New risks of the hydrogen economy
The growing hydrogen economy has the potential to cut global emissions. How prepared is the insurance market for these new risks? Ian Robb explains.
Building technology in our own image is not the solution we need
As the London Market embraces technology what happens when digitalisation causes problems? Matthew Moore makes the case for more inclusive thinking.