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Institute of Risk Management: Hear from experts: Michelle Tuveson

Dr Michelle Tuveson, Executive Director at the Centre for Risk Studies, writes about risk management in organisations for the Institute of Risk Management Risk Agenda 2025. “The lessons learned by society, firms and other stakeholders should be that scenarios of…

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Cable: New report predicts 90 per cent of the UK could have 5G by 2026

As the UK moves towards new 5G mobile technology, a study at Cambridge Judge Business School urges modest yet reliable mobile broadband connectivity, even if this entails a reduction of large headline speeds. Consistency rather than speed is the key…

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Computer Weekly: Consistent service, not speed, key to UK’s 5G future, say researchers

As the UK moves towards new 5G mobile technology, a study at Cambridge Judge Business School urges modest yet reliable mobile broadband connectivity, even if this entails a reduction of large headline speeds. Consistency rather than speed is the key…

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Consistency over speed

As the UK moves towards new 5G mobile technology, a study at Cambridge Judge Business School urges modest yet reliable mobile broadband connectivity, even if this entails a reduction of large headline speeds. Consistency rather than speed is the key…

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Sputnik News: US military needs solar power to keep ops running if grid collapses

An article looking at ways of supplying energy to the US military features a report by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge. The report produced together with insurance company Lloyd’s of London found that “a major cyber-intrusion…

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Risk & Insurance: Harvey hampers third of US refining capacity

The economy of Houston, Texas, could lose up to $60 billion in gross domestic output in the next year due to Hurricane Harvey floods, according to an analysis by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies. “Beyond the immediate impact to…

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Reinsurance News: Harvey could take $60 billion off Houston’s GDP output in a year

The economy of Houston, Texas, could lose up to $60 billion in gross domestic output in the next year due to Hurricane Harvey floods, according to an analysis by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies. This is in addition to…

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Wind Power Monthly: Keeping hackers at bay

Dr Edward Oughton, research associate at the Centre for Risk Studies, has co-authored various reports on cyber attacks on electricity distribution networks. Commenting on what operators of power systems should do to defend their assets from hackers, he said: "It's…

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Cambridge Network: Paper on risk and railroads wins prestigious prize

A paper on how US railroads can manage the risks of declining coal haulage wins the annual Cambridge-McKinsey Risk Prize announced at Cambridge Judge Business School. The winning paper entitled ‘I Think I Can, I Think I Can’: Can US…

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Risk and railroads

A paper on how US railroads can manage the risks of declining coal haulage wins the annual Cambridge-McKinsey Risk Prize announced at Cambridge Judge Business School. A paper analysing how US railroads can manage the risks associated with the loss…

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