Click here for the Friday Reading Search, a searchable archive of reading and knowledge resources

Since March 2020, Airmic has been issuing Friday Reading, a curated series of readings and knowledge resources sent by email to Airmic members. The objective of Airmic Friday Reading was initially to keep members informed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Today, Airmic Friday Reading has evolved in scope to include content on a wide range of subjects with each email edition following a theme. This page is a searchable archive of all the readings and knowledge resources that have been shared.

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Allianz, 1st June 2022
Businesses should prepare for a rise in civil unrest incidents as the cost-of-living crisis follows hard on the heels of the Covid pandemic. What can we learn from the protests we saw during the height of the pandemic and what role could social media play in intensifying future disruption?
Zurich, 28th April 2022
Friday Reading Edition 119 (19th August 2022)
The invasion of Ukraine has changed the risk landscape for generations to come. How businesses assess, plan and mitigate risks will also need to change.
UK National Cyber Security Centre (NSCS), 18th March 2022
Friday Reading Edition 96 (4th March 2022)
The NCSC has urged organisations to follow its guidance on steps to take when the cyber threat is heightened – this guidance encourages organisations to follow actionable steps that reduce the risk of falling victim to an attack.
Baker Tilly, 15th March 2022
The crisis in Ukraine is having a major impact on companies with suppliers, distributors, customers and employees in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. Some of the ramifications are obvious, while others are taking place "behind the scenes”. Here is a guide to help business leaders formulate a proactive strategy, to protect their business.
Oliver Wyman, 4th March 2022
The invasion of Ukraine has triggered a coordinated policy response that will have ramifications across the globe. This note focuses on the implications for the global financial system and the firms, policymakers, and regulators within it.
KPMG, 1st March 2022
After months and weeks of tension, the Russian government’s invasion of Ukraine has elevated concerns for cyber security incidents and the resilience of critical business functions. While there remains a significant amount of uncertainty around the conflict, including the duration, scale and reach, there are some key considerations that can help to evaluate cyber security preparedness levels.
Airmic, 9th February 2022
Friday Reading Edition 93 (11th February 2022)
[For Airmic members only] If you missed it: join us in conversation with our partners from Previsico, GWT Insight, Zurich and Watertight, to discuss an overview of the current flood risk and a joined up approach in this field as we seek greater resilience.
World Economic Forum, 18th January 2022
Friday Reading Edition 90 (21st January 2022)
The first Global Cybersecurity Outlook flagship report identifies the trends and analyses the near-term future cybersecurity challenges. The accelerated shift to remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic coupled with recent high-profile cyberattacks have resulted in bringing cybersecurity top of mind among key decision-makers in organisations and nations.
Aon, 12th January 2022
Friday Reading Edition 91 (28th January 2022)
The pandemic has had a double impact on organisations: forcing them to rapidly change business models while recognizing the interconnected nature of many risks.
World Economic Forum, 11th January 2022
Friday Reading Edition 95 (25th February 2022)
The 17th edition of the Global Risks Report identifies tensions that will result from diverging trajectories and approaches within and between countries and then examines the risks that could arise from such tensions. This year’s report also highlights the implications of these risks for individuals, governments and businesses.