TrackMyRisks articles

AIG Insight, Portable Electrical Equipment

Posted in Reports & insights by Richard Carman on 27/06/2017
Portable electrical equipment is a key feature of the modern workplace. Safety surrounding its use and maintenance necessarily needs to be viewed with increasing importance. An issue AIG seek to address in this report.

The prevalence of fire safety remains more crucial than ever given the insight this report raises. Highlighting how, of the 136,600 fires in buildings other than dwellings, between 2000 to 2005 in London alone, portable electrical equipment remained a key cause.... continue reading

AXA Information Paper, Working at Height

Posted in Reports & insights by Richard Carman on 27/06/2017
The complexities of building work and construction often mean formulating an all-inclusive solution to the risks associated with working at height presents a complex problem.

In this article, Axa provide an essential guide that focuses on the general problems faced in the construction industry and how to mitigate against them.... continue reading

Stop sending, start sharing

Posted in Reports & insights by Richard Carman on 16/06/2017
Cyber is one of the biggest risks (and opportunities) facing the insurance industry. Provision of insurance requires information, documentation and money, all of which are attractive ingredients for cyber criminals. Huge volumes of email attachments are sent daily; typically from insurers to brokers and then on to their customers.... continue reading

AIG Insight, Control of Contractors

Posted in Reports & insights by Richard Carman on 07/06/2017
Global insurance broker AIG recently published this report, providing essential risk management advice for any business that appoints contractors.

This subject is especially topical due to the recent British Airways systems outage which appears to be as a result of a contractor working within their data centre.... continue reading
Risk Management, a new frontier for SaaS?

Risk Management, a new frontier for SaaS?

Posted in Blog articles by Matt Hodges-Long on 16/05/2017
To keep a successful business of any size operating smoothly, it is essential to manage the risks that could easily derail it: financial; health & safety; reputation; data; intellectual property; regulatory; HR; the list is endless. So it never ceases to amaze that such an essential business process is still typically run on a plethora of spreadsheets and documents, or worse still in the head of the business owner.... continue reading
Become a TrackMyRisks broker partner at BIBA 2017

Become a TrackMyRisks broker partner at BIBA 2017

Posted in Blog articles by Matt Hodges-Long on 02/05/2017
TrackMyRisks is an always-on risk management platform, which dramatically improves the interaction between insurance brokers and customers in an affordable, sustainable and automated way.

Our team are obsessively focused on #Customers, #Compliance & #Connections and we look forward to meeting you at BIBA 2017 on stand A82.... continue reading
Death of a CEO

Death of a CEO

Posted in Blog articles by Matt Hodges-Long on 18/04/2017
The Death of a CEO is not something we like to think or talk about. While we tend to associate risks with fires, floods, data breaches and hurricanes, death is the only risk guaranteed to affect us.... continue reading
GDPR Compliance and ICO Enforcement

GDPR Compliance and ICO Enforcement

Posted in Blog articles by Matt Hodges-Long on 08/03/2017
Awareness of the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is growing across the business community as the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) gets ready to see its enforcement powers rise from a maximum of £500k under the Data Protection Act to a maximum of €20m or 4% of global turnover under the GDPR.... continue reading