CFC Underwriting’s Graeme Newman considers how public cyber attacks such as the WannaCry hack are helping brokers have the right conversations about digital crime with their clients.
Lloyd’s research has shown that an extreme cyber attack could cause losses equivalent to a catastrophic natural disaster.
Does Apple and Cisco’s move into cyber insurance herald the start of technology firms truly disrupting the insurance chain?
Reports say the technology firm has teamed up with Cisco to help businesses get a discount on cyber insurance.
Product targets freelance professionals and start-ups, as well as larger media businesses.
Staying safe and fighting back: IT expert James Baird assesses the fallout from the WannaCry cyber attack and outlines how brokers can protect themselves from future invasions
Product is aimed at companies specialising in editing and digital content and includes cyber cover.
The MGA already manages HNW business for AIG and is looking to explore further niches including cyber.
Insurer flags new offerings including for cyber and Brexit labour movement risks.
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The product is targeted at limited companies, charities, UK clubs and associations and partnerships.
Product is tailored to cover cyber exposure affecting the airline industry.
New offering includes first party cover on each and every claim basis.
Hiscox’s Stephen Ridley and Peter Wilson from the Home Office outline what brokers can do to improve cyber security for themselves and their clients.
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Driverless cars, smart lightbulbs, smart thermostats and data are all hackable. Brokers have a key role to play in protecting customers against this type of cyber risk, writes Rachel Gordon
As businesses realise the importance of cyber insurance and more products become available, it is an ideal time for brokers to start offering the cover, explains Rachel Gordon
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The cyber and data protection product is available to brokers nationwide.
The organisation says it has put together an expert team in the tech, telecoms, energy and media sectors.
Product protects against threats as diverse as terrorism, bribery, extortion and industrial espionage.
Total written premium for cyber insurance globally today is estimated at £2bn.
MGA partners with insurer HDI following the arrival of its new offshore marine and energy team.
Product covers risks up to €50m [£42.4m], says the industrial lines insurer.