Business Wire | 18 August 2015
Four thousand lives lost during the 2005 hurricane season, 80% of the city of New Orleans flooded, US $125 billion in overall damages and 1.7 million insurance claims filed: Hurricane Katrina, which struck the Gulf Coast on August 29, 2005, remains the largest-ever windstorm loss. To mark the 10-year anniversary of Katrina, a new risk bulletin from Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) Hurricane Katrina 10: Catastrophe Management and Global Windstorm Peril Review analyzes windstorm risks and losses and examines the business lessons learned from Katrina for future global windstorm loss mitigation, given increasing weather volatility.
EdTech Magazine | 17 August 2015
Significant portions of the country are at risk for severe weather and other natural disasters this fall, yet too few colleges and universities have thought pragmatically about the potential consequences to their IT infrastructure.
Computer Weekly | 4 August 2015
Nearly two-thirds of companies are hit by cyber attacks daily or weekly, yet only a quarter always incorporate measures in their technology and operating models to make them more resilient, a survey shows.