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Cyber & Fraud

Cyber & Fraud Emerging cyber risk offers challenges and new opportunities to brokers and insurers struggling to keep up with the pace and frequency of attacks and finding solutions for clients. On the fraud side, staged accidents and loosely-regulated medical assessment companies have plagued the auto insurance sector in Ontario with millions of dollars in fraudulent claims in recent years.
CEO Spotlight: Zurich Canada

CEO Spotlight: Zurich Canada

David Levinson discusses underwriter empowerment, specialty products and a new look for Zurich

JLT Re names new North American SVP of cyber and E&O

JLT Re names new North American SVP of cyber and E&O

Erica Davis will join the company later this month

CEO Spotlight: Trisura

CEO Spotlight: Trisura

Mike George talks cyber, surety business and living and dying with the broker channel

CEO Spotlight: AGCS Canada

CEO Spotlight: AGCS Canada

Ulrich Kadow talks business momentum, analyzing risk and digital disruption

CEO Spotlight: Chubb Canada

CEO Spotlight: Chubb Canada

Ellen Moore discusses communication strategies, cyber insurance and the broker channel

Adoption of standalone cyber policies will increase in 2018: Aon

Adoption of standalone cyber policies will increase in 2018: Aon

Canada’s breach notification law is expected to come into force this year

The next big risk for the oil and gas sector?

The next big risk for the oil and gas sector?

The president of Lloyd’s Canada shares his thoughts on oil, cyber and the sharing economy

How to tackle auto insurance fraud

How to tackle auto insurance fraud

We talked to Gordon Rasbach, Aviva Canada’s VP of fraud management

Artificial intelligence to fuel a new cybersecurity race, say experts

Artificial intelligence to fuel a new cybersecurity race, say experts

Cybercrime costs the economy an estimated $3 billion to $5 billion a year

Crawford & Company welcomes new cyber leader for Canada

Crawford & Company welcomes new cyber leader for Canada

Neal Jardine brings general adjuster experience and academic background in computer science to the role