RIMS President Ellen Dunkin shares updates from the Society and how risk professionals – and RIMS – are faced with a new challenge: building a bridge to a new normal.Learn More
As we navigate the challenges posed by the spread of COVID-19, RIMS is here to support you during this time.
If you are a member, and your position or organization has been impacted in a way that would affect your membership,
please contact Client Services at CST@RIMS.org as we have options available to you.
This workshop identifies opportunities and risks associated with captive formation and analyzes various alternative risk financing solutions that support corporate goals.Learn More
This webinar on October 21 explores the role and value of mobile risk intelligence communications platforms, as well as an overview of key functionality and usage examples. We will also share safety communications best practices and key learnings from a recent research study from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The presentation will also feature a LiveSafe Platform demo.Learn More
Artificial intelligence and machine learning have become so prevalent that many businesses now heavily rely on algorithms to make decisions. Indeed, the technology has become so ingrained into routine operations that there are serious concerns that AI does not just facilitate processes, but often dictates them. Read this article from our Risk Management Magazine.Learn More
This year’s benchmark survey includes insights on changes to respondents’ ERM programs due to the shifting landscape brought on by COVID-19 as well as a new section on where and how risk management professionals are serving on boards of directors.Learn More
This RIMS Executive Report covers the basics of emerging risks and business disruption, the drivers of disruption, and what role the Strategic and Enterprise Risk Management practitioner can have in better preparing and managing corporate disruption.Learn More
Risk Management Magazine
A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many enterprises have settled into altered arrangements such as remote work. While many have focused on the decreased importance of a physical office, many may overlook that the move to remote operations has both reduced and increased natural catastrophe risks.