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CYBERSECURITY: PAINS, CLAIMS AND AUTOMOBILES
Cyber Risk continues to evolve as the threat vectors, technology and laws change, and the impacts are becoming increasingly costly to organizations. In fact, the FBI’s 2022 Internet Crime Report estimates that U.S. losses arising out of Internet Crimes exceeded $10.3 billion, up 49% year over year. In this Lunch & Learn, Aon Cyber Solutions shared insights on our current cyber threat landscape, review impacts to the insurance industry and share how insureds can best evaluate and position themselves for risk transfer.
SAA's NEW COFFEE BREAK SERIES
SAA knows your time is limited and valuable. SAA's Coffee Breaks are 15-minute presentations on timely and relevant topics. SAA Coffee Breaks are free and open to the industry.
Winter is Coming: The Auto Industry Faces Significant Risk Exposure from the Looming European Energy Crunch
With energy prices in Europe skyrocketing, placing business bottom lines in triage mode, a harsh winter could place certain automotive sectors at risk of being unable to keep their production lines running.Read More
Traditional automakers in China are likely to boost their electric vehicle (EV) market shares by absorbing more of the cost increase caused by ongoing supply-chain bottlenecks, says Fitch Ratings. They will be supported by their more profitable internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEVs) and more robust funding access, compared to the EV start-ups.Read More
Results of the 22nd annual North American Automotive OEM – Supplier Working Relations Index® (WRI®) Study show in spite of supply chain shortages and production volatility, transition pains to electric vehicles, logistics constraints, and increasing raw material costs impacting automakers and suppliers, two of the six major U.S. OEMs made substantial improvement in their WRI® scores and two held steady, while two others fell – one significantly.Read More
The number of consumers looking to buy EVs globally has hit 52%. This is the first time 50% has been exceeded, and it represents a rise of 22 percentage points in just two years.Read More