The tool can help businesses to understand the financial risk of a cyber attack.
CFC's Maddi Brown discusses the need for SMEs to protect themselves amid a rise in the number of disputes as larger companies allege IP infringements in the hope that their smaller target won’t have the resource with which to defend itself.
While the tax cut on flights ahead of COP26 grabbed headlines, brokers breathed a sigh of relief as hated insurance premium tax remained at 12%.
Vitruvian, which has backed the cyber specialist since 2017, also remains on board as a financial backer.
Broker faces class action in the United States following a cyber breach in September 2020 which also saw personal data of individuals in the UK being accessed.
ABI data shows the average fraudulent insurance claim has now reached £12,000 as the the body praises the efforts made by insurers’ fraud investigation teams throughout the pandemic.
A number of phishing emails were sent from a staff member's account, and Ian Jacob, group chief risk officer of parent firm Aston Lark, says the breach was detected within minutes and no other accounts across the group were compromised.
New research from European provider of cloud infrastructure and cloud services, Ionos Cloud, has found that 38% of insurance IT decision makers (IT DMs) admit to their business having a cyber security skills gap, with a third saying this is putting their…
According to the provider, the cover is designed to protect against physical damage, loss of access, threat and ransom of the vessel and offers a 24-hour claims hotline for its policy holders.
Founder Dave Walsh takes on group CEO role to focus on CFC's global operations.
Aviva's Carolann Burrows outlines the risks arising in the cyber space and explains how insurers and brokers can help their clients.
CFC's Cyber Now product has been made available to brokers on the Acturis platform.
The FCA’s Matt Brewis discusses product value, business interruption insurance and the test case, challenges around PI and why the time is right to focus on cyber insurance.
The clampdown on silent cyber exposure has had unintended consequences for customers with some alterations too “broad brush”, according to Axa UK managing director, underwriting and technical services David Williams.
Aviva’s Pete Holmes on how brokers can protect themselves and their clients from cyber attack
The Aviva team highlights key findings from its Risk Insights report and outlines the danger points, from Covid to mental health problems
Many businesses are not doing enough to protect themselves from the risks posed by cyber crime. David Worsfold investigates how brokers can help clients armour themselves against emerging threats
The development adds cyber assistance, cyber crime cove, legal and risk management assistance, and a helpline to the offering.
Aviva's interim managing director of commercial insurance, Nick Major explains how cyber attacks are becoming more prevalent and how the insurance industry can protect businesses against these new risks.
This special edition is brought to you by Insurance Age in association with NMU, HSB and Novidea and explores how technological innovation has, and will continue to be, a catalyst for change within the broker market.
The cover is designed to help small and medium enterprises combat the increasing threat of digital crime.
With the rise in remote working during the Covid crisis – and the increased opportunities for cyber criminals to attack – could brokers see an uptick in interest for cyber insurance from clients?
McLarens cyber expert Nigel Collins shares key insights about this developing sector from the claims space.
Which topics have been sparking brokers’ interest?