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!