Trade body to create cyber committee to monitor developments and guide members.
Policy covers a data breach following a cyber-attack.
Larry Ferguson investigates why some brokers aren’t selling cyber and learns why they should be. He finds out how, with expertise and effort, cyber policies can be explained and sold to clients
Computer now gives the option to include first-party cyber cover with an indemnity limit of £100,000.
Fintech built around professional liability, directors and officers, and theft and cyber.
The peer and former government minister says they enable risks to be taken.
SME is now the provider’s biggest single line of business.
Provider reveals six-fold increase in demand for cyber and data insurance.
The range for Hiscox Trader includes PI, office, public and products liability, cyber and data insurance cover.
Media proposition will provide cover and services for premiums between £5,000 and £100,000.
Aviva survey shows 44% of businesses believe they are unlikely to be targets, while 23% don't know how to protect themselves.
Research finds that more guidance is needed ahead of August 2016 implementation.
Trade body, ABI and government also continues agreement to improve transparency for older customers.
Una’s Tim Ryan says prevention is better than cure when it comes to cybercrime.
Catlin says exposure is too big for insurers to be able to respond.
Dawn Johnstone of Kerry London asks what the opportunities are for brokers in the growing cyber market.
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Sam Barrett finds out what brokers need to know about hacking, data, and protection of records in the cyber age.
Product aimed at businesses with a turnover of up to £10m.
Senior crime adviser to PWC says firms can take steps to protect themselves.
Recent high profile hacks and data breaches remind businesses of the need for cyber insurance
Insurer says cover includes cyber crime, cyber liability and data breach expense and responds to broker requests.
Cyber crime and fraud figures highlight opportunities for brokers as market encouraged to develop cyber expertise.
SMEs are increasingly at risk from cyber criminals and brokers are at the forefront of advising and protecting clients from online attacks.