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Speaking in code: A brief overview of building code in Canada

It is somewhat understandable why most Canadians seem to know virtually nothing about how building codes work in this country. After all, a person might only really be exposed to code-related issues if they were having a new home built

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InsureTech – Going down the Rabbit Hole

Lately, we have all been hearing and reading a lot about InsureTech. Frankly, I have to admit that I don’t exactly understand what the term means. What I do understand is that underwriters, brokers and direct writers have invested millions

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Taking a Risk-Based Approach to IRM Yields Actionable Insights Aligned With Business Objectives

Gartner’s 2018 Magic Quadrant for Integrated Risk Management positions LogicManager highest for ability to execute and identifies a shift in focus by end-user organizations from compliance-based GRC to IRM solutions. The Gartner report states that “IRM goes beyond traditional, compliance-driven

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Facebook’s Failure to Mitigate Cyber Risks Could Cost Billions

In late September, Facebook announced that it had discovered a breach in its network that had exposed the personal data of nearly 50 million users to hackers. The hackers exploited a feature in Facebook’s code to gain access to user accounts,

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Takeaways from Speaking at the SCCE on Risk-based Compliance

The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) held their annual Ethics and Compliance conference from September 20 to 24 in Las Vegas. This year, I was fortunate enough to be selected to hold a three-hour workshop on risk-based compliance:

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How to Audit Cyber Risk

The volume and complexity of the data companies collect is increasing exponentially, which creates major challenges for audit professionals. When we surveyed hundreds of risk professionals, a staggering 72% considered their company to be most vulnerable in cybersecurity. So, it’s no surprise

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What’s fair when it comes to setting automobile insurance rates?

Political pressure to keep automobile premiums low is a problem that has bedevilled Ontario insurers for some time now. The problem certainly isn’t new and it isn’t going away. It also crosses party lines. Four years ago, the Liberal government

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What’s fair when it comes to setting automobile insurance rates?

Political pressure to keep automobile premiums low is a problem that has bedevilled Ontario insurers for some time now. The problem certainly isn’t new and it isn’t going away. It also crosses party lines. Four years ago, the Liberal government

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What’s fair when it comes to setting automobile insurance rates?

Political pressure to keep automobile premiums low is a problem that has bedevilled Ontario insurers for some time now. The problem certainly isn’t new and it isn’t going away. It also crosses party lines. Four years ago, the Liberal government

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Let’s be honest here…

I’m rarely flabbergasted reading the industry trade press these days. After so many years in the business, insurance news doesn’t quite float my boat in the same way as it used to. However, Mark Geoghegan’s post this week in Insurance Insider, “Unspeakable Truths” stirred me right out of a post summer stupor. As most will be aware Mark is a seasoned commentator on the London …

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