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“The Roundup” is Origami Risk’s weekly bulletin of headlines and resources impacting risk, compliance, safety, P&C insurance, and healthcare.
Saturday, February 5 | Cyber Threats Will Never Cease. So Why Do Only 17% of Companies Have Adequate Security Measures In Place? 

Ransomware incidents have increased 400% from the first quarter of 2018 to the fourth quarter of 2020. A somewhat unsettling report, produced by Aon, shows that most companies are not equipped to respond or deter a cyber-attack. (Continue reading) 

Monday, February 7 | 10 Emerging Risks to Watch 

The insurance industry is constantly evolving to keep up with new threats, exposures, and regulations. The Insurance Journal predicts emerging risks for 2022 and beyond. (Continue reading) 

Monday, February 7 | Mission Underwriters CDO: ‘Ecosystems Are Here to Stay’ 

Partnerships are integral to keeping up with an ever-changing insurance market. Companies cannot be “jacks of all trades” and sometimes must rely on partners to help them deliver specialized capabilities.  (Continue reading) 

Monday, February 7 | The Laboratory for Testing Safety Efforts 

There is no one-size-fits-all approach for building a safety culture. So what differentiates success from failure? (Continue reading) 

Tuesday, February 8 | States Eligible for $725M a Year to Clean Up Abandoned Coal Mines 

In an effort to create jobs and improve health and safety while combatting climate change, funding is now available to help states close dangerous mine shafts, reclaim unstable slopes, treat acid mine drainage, and restore water supplies damaged by mining activities.  (Continue reading) 

Thursday, February 10 | 10 Cyber Attacks in 2021 Cost $600M With 40,000 Businesses Put at Risk: TMHCCI Report 

For many of the companies targeted, cyber security plays a large role in operations. Even their advanced defense systems could not prevent them from being hacked. (Continue reading) 

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