There are effective tools to address botnets and other automatic, distributed threats, but they are not being widely used, say the U.S. Commerce and Homeland Security departments in a report released Wednesday.
Three related Honolulu-based tour companies will pay $570,000 to settle a same-sex sexual harassment lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the agency said Wednesday.
West Virginia’s highest court affirmed a review board’s decisions in a slew of workers compensation cases all published Tuesday.
The Pennsylvania State Police cannot recoup workers compensation benefits from an injured trooper who was also awarded more than $1 million in a lawsuit related to an on-duty car accident, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday.
Greenlight Re responed to assertions about its business and potential tax consequences in a report from hedge fund Sunesis Capital, which the reinsurer said contains “inaccurate statements.”
By Sean Kevelighan, CEO, Insurance Information Institute On May 27, for the second time in three years, Ellicott City, Maryland was ravaged by what meteorologists term a “1,000-year flood”—this while some businesses were still celebrating the one-year anniversary of their reopening after the August 2016 catastrophe. As affected households and businesses assess the damage and… Read More »
Insurtech deals reached $724 million in the first quarter of 2018, according to Willis Tower Watson. This is a record and a 155 percent increase from Q1 2017. The number of transactions, at 66, also represents a record. Seven of those transactions rose to over $30 million in recent funding rounds. There was only one… Read More »
A federal judge refused to stay a scheduled July trial against Facebook Inc. on the issue of whether it violates the Illinois Biometric Privacy Act with its practice of tagging people on its photos.
The Oregon Workers’ Compensation Division on Friday issued a proposed change to its rules for how weekly wages are calculated, taking into account workers whose wages vary week to week, according to a draft of the changes.
Insurance and reinsurance broker Aon P.L.C. said Tuesday it has appointed Karl Hennessy to be CEO of its new carrier solutions group.