Since we opened our doors in 1971, we’ve been driven by a passion for using data and insights to make a difference—helping protect people, economies, society, and our planet.
For 50 years, we’ve combined our unique data with advanced technologies in new ways to unlock meaningful insights about risk, moving forward to become a global leader in cutting-edge analytics. We’ve stayed at the forefront of developing innovations to help customers manage the risks they face. And while our golden anniversary is a natural opportunity to reflect on how far we’ve come, it’s also a celebration of what comes next.
In this three-part series, Bill Churney, President of AIR Worldwide, and Matt Moshiri, President of Verisk Maplecroft, explore how Verisk’s data and analytics, models, and expert insights help our customers quantify risk and make decisions. They discuss the importance of taking a holistic approach to make companies and communities more resilient and sustainable.
How can we navigate climate change, political stability, cyber risk, and more?
How do we use data and analytics to make companies more resilient and sustainable?
Where are things headed in the next 5 to 10 years and beyond?
The Verisk Talks Risk podcast series is a must-listen for any business that faces risk. Join us for stimulating conversations throughout the year with Verisk experts on the risks facing businesses, communities, and people around the world. What they've learned, and what they'll share, may surprise you.
Oliver Danckert, senior vice president of Global Strategy and the managing director of Verisk 3E Europe, and Tamie Webber, vice president of product and support for Verisk 3E, share insights on workplace and supply chain risks and how to mitigate them.
What are the trends impacting workplace and product safety? What innovations are ensuring safer workplaces and stronger supply chains? What does the future hold? A must-listen to help you understand how we can make businesses and industries more resilient.
How is Verisk positively impacting our world? How is Verisk using technology to create game-changing innovations? How is Verisk poised to embrace the future? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this special 50th Anniversary mini-series featuring CEO Scott Stephenson.
In Part 1, Scott speaks candidly about the company’s legacy of service and Verisk’s enduring dedication to making a difference in society, so the world is stronger and more resilient.
In Part 2, Scott shares how Verisk has been using technology to create transformative innovations, the new forms of data Verisk is working with to create and enhance offerings, and the Verisk solutions he’s most excited about.
In Part 3, Scott talks about how Verisk’s innovations make the world better and safer for our customers, the importance of a diverse and inclusive work environment, and how we’re helping customers embrace the future.
Over five decades, we’ve evolved from a nonprofit advisory rating organization for U.S. insurers to a global leader in data, analytics, and ethical corporate practices. Along the way, we’ve entered new markets and countries, positioned ourselves for future growth, and led the way in groundbreaking uses of technology to keep our customers—and the world—moving forward.Explore the timeline
Watch and read our stories of how Verisk is moving the world forward through innovation, collaboration, and a dedication to serving our customers.
Bank of America shares how Wood Mackenzie’s insights on the energy transition and its trusted data for natural resources help the bank deal with business challenges and tackle new markets.
Pilot Catastrophe Services shares how they use Xactware tools to speed the flood claims process, enabling policyholders to get started — even if they’re still under water.
Valvoline explains how Verisk 3E provides it with the clarity and ability it needs to be compliant in the global regions it serves, making the world a safer place.
Senior Customer Service Representative Nancy Greene reflects on how technology has changed but customer focus hasn't during her incredible 50 years with the company.
Dallas’s Chief Resilience Officer worked with AIR to understand the potential economic losses due to natural disasters and the most effective mitigation measures.