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This guide provides you with a step-by-step evaluation process to assist you in determining where your organization may be vulnerable to potential Social Engineering schemes. Complete the evaluation here and read more on suggestions for implementation of security policies and procedures, operational controls, employee education, and technological controls.
Read Chubb’s Rob Exelbert’s insight on reps & warranties coverage in this Advisen blog. Rob discusses how strategic buyers contributing to M&A activity “are encountering the same unique financial exposures in their deal making as do private equity firms.”
Chubb’s Private Company Risk Survey explores the big picture of the risks private company executives face to help assist them in making wise decisions in the areas of Directors & Officers (D&O) liability, Employment Practices Liability (EPL), cyber liability, and commercial criminal liability insurance.
Many companies frequently request their directors, officers, and employees to serve other organizations in various capacities (an “Outside Director”). Read more to find out how your company or you personally can protect yourself from the liabilities surrounding these kinds of positions.
Private equity dealmakers are faced with unique and growing financial exposures. Three such concerns inherent in M&A transactions are cybersecurity risks, transactional risks and multinational expansion risks. Learn more in our whitepaper about how the use of a specialized risk transfer mechanism is valuable for the transaction to proceed with greater clarity and confidence.
Lawsuits against those involved with retirement and welfare plans are becoming more common. Learn more about how plan sponsors and fiduciaries can proactively reduce ERISA risks.
When a company becomes the target of an actual or proposed M&A transaction, its directors are thrust into a highly volatile and risky claims environment. This advisory addresses how to handle takeover transactions.
Proactive management of director and officer exposures can improve a company’s ability to recruit talented management, enhance the quality of corporate decision-making, and help reduce the risk of litigation damages, expenses, or distractions. This loss prevention book will begin the process of education and guidance for executives.
A fundamental goal of an effective securities litigation loss prevention program is to inform directors and officers that improper disclosures can result in severe personal and corporate consequences. Read more for a number of best practices to help reduce this liability exposure in an area where case law, statues and regulations, and new developments in cybersecurity and climate change are always evolving.
Cyber exposures come from a wide variety of sources. Learn more about how directors and officers can identify, mitigate, respond to and recover from a cyber incident.
Regardless of size, all organizations are vulnerable to workplace fraud. Download Preventing Fraud: How Anonymous Hotlines Can Help for data on what kind of fraud is most common in specific industries and how Chubb can help you prevent it from happening in your organization.
Chubb’s 2016 Private Company Risk Survey shows that more than one in four of the private companies surveyed experienced a Directors & Officers liability loss in the past three years. Click here for more data on private company risks within D&O.
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