From the monthly archives:

December 2010

By stealing your car, of course. In fact, last year, it was the holiday on which you were most likely to get your auto stolen. Here’s the top ten (from Insurance Networking News) The holidays ranked by number of thefts reported to the National Crime Information Center in 2009 were: New Year’s Day — 2,760 […]


It looks like Santa has been busy trying to improve his risk management this year. There are a lot of threats and just like all companies, Santa’s Workshop is not immune to new-age concerns. Given his giant list of who is naughty and who is nice, for example, he fears that a security breach that […]


The world has seen its share of bad business ethics ever since citizens began offering goods or services for a stipend. The effects of such wrongdoings have been magnified, however, as businesses have prospered and the greed of some has grown. Greed which can sometimes drive people to forget their morals. Some may think of […]

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If you’re a risk manager, your job is really difficult. There are few people within an organization who have a wider scope of challenges that need to be handled. Not only is there the day-to-day upkeep of ensuring the company is safeguarded against all the known risks, but there is the constant need to look […]