Wednesday, December 30, 2015
As we get ready to ring out the old and ring in the new, we wanted to share with you our most popular posts in 2015.
Our most-read posts here at Terms + Conditions illustrated how interested our readers are in the advancing technology landscape and its impact on the insurance industry. Self-driving cars, cyber insurance and the sharing economy were all featured among the top 10 posts during the year.
In Self-Driving Cars — With or Without You? we recounted a Time.com writer’s chauffeured ride by a prototype Audi from Silicon Valley to Las Vegas for last year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Self-driving vehicles are no longer a thing of the future, we wrote, and this has evolving implications for insurers.
Our post Cyber Business Interruption Risk Often Underestimated reported on a study by Allianz warning that the impact of business interruption (BI) from a cyber attack is a risk that is often underestimated. It predicted that BI costs could be equal to—or even exceed—direct losses from a data breach.
The growing appetite for cyber insurance among small and mid-sized companies was another popular post.
Two of our most-read posts during 2015 also revisited the impact of Obamacare on workers compensation insurance.
In case you missed them, here’s a complete list of our top 10 posts from the year:
- Self-Driving Cars – With or Without You?
- WCRI Looks At Impact of Affordable Care Act on Workers Comp
- A Revisit: Impact of Obamacare on Workers Comp
- Cyber Business Interruption Risk Often Underestimated
- More Small and Mid-Sized Companies Buying Cyber Insurance
- Cyber Value-At-Risk
- Homeowners Claims: A Picture of Volatility
- Cyber Losses vs. Property Losses
- One Ruling, but Uber Impact
- Litigation Trends and the Class Action Factor
Thanks for following. We wish all our readers a happy and healthy new year!