Cavalcade of Risk #131: All Things Risk

Welcome to the Cavalcade of Risk blog carnival, an aggregation of some of the best risk management and insurance-related blog posts out there. Before I get to the rundown of posts, thanks go out to David E. Williams at Health Business Blog for his insightful hosting of Cavalcade of Risk #130.

  • Let us begin with Dave Ingram‘s post regarding risk management entertainment systems (RMES), where he states, “The Risk Management Entertainment Systems create a very strong impression that ERM is a talking and paper shuffling activity.  A waste of scarce corporate time, resources and dollars. ERM needs to be about action.  If in the end, ERM does not result in any changes to a firm’s treatment of risks or selection of risks, then there was no real business reason for ERM.”
  • Claire Wilkinson writes about protecting your personal information on Terms + Conditions, the Insurance Information Institute’s blog regarding all things risk and insurance. She states, “the average organizational cost of a data breach increased to $7.2 million in 2010 and cost companies an average of $214 per compromised record up from $204 in 2009.”

And a few more from around the blogoshpere:

The next host is Russell Hutchinson at Chatswood Consulting — he’ll host the 5th anniversary edition of Cavalcade of Risk on June 1st. Don’t miss it!

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2 thoughts on “Cavalcade of Risk #131: All Things Risk

  1. Thank you for an excellent Cavalcade of Risk Emily, and the tip to Reinsurance Girl’s Blog. I will also be back to the Risk Management Monitor. Thanks for hosting, Russell.

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