Disaster Planning & Recovery
Riding Out the Storm: the New Models
In our last article, When Nature Calls, we looked back at an insurance industry reeling from several consecutive natural catastrophes that generated combined insured losses exceeding $30 billion. Those massive losses were a direct result of an industry overconfident in its ability to gauge the frequency and severity of catastrophic events. Insurers were using only […]
Grave Threat to the Electric Grid and the Internet
By John Chace
Severe solar storms known as a Carrington Event wo...
New Regulation After a Disaster: More Harm Than Good?
Insurers can't do their job if they're told the ga...