September 11: One Year Later
Insurance CIOs who were directly affected by the day's tragic events reflect on how their companies responded, and discuss new measures influenced by the events.
ONE YEAR LATER, 9/11 DISASTER RECOVERY MEMORIES STILL FRESH
Unfortunately, on Tuesday, September 11, 2001, a number of insurance companies that had offices in or around the World Trade Center had to begin the process of restoring operations for business by enacting their business continuity and disaster recover plans.
Swiss Re E-Commerce Exec Counters Terrorism
While most insurance IT executives have been doing their part to detect terrorist-related activities such as money laundering through USA PATRIOT Act compliance, Craig Zottola, deputy leader of e-commerce for Swiss Re's Americas Divisiona US Naval Reservist who has specialized in counter-terrorism for the past four yearshas answered a more immediate call from Uncle Sam.
Insurers Must Assess Cyber-Terrorism Risk
The events of September 11 brutally forced upon companies an awareness of a hitherto almost unthinkable possibility: the deliberate, malicious destruction of their facilities, with intent to harm people as well as property.
MEASURING LOSS AND CHANGE
As most business journalists probably have done, I've thought and wondered for weeks about what I might be able to say on the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on our country. Yet, today I still struggle to make sense of the terrible events.
Before and After
This month's editorial on the effects of September 11, 2001, by Katherine Burger, Editorial Director.