This weekend the seventh installment in the Fast and the Furious franchise grossed over £260m worldwide. Jonathan Swift explains why brokers should take note.
Marsh and the government launch report aiming to make the UK a global hub for cyber insurance.
Network calls on brokers to help SMEs protect themselves against financial and technological risks.
The product also has an associated breach response service.
Neil Gurnhill, head of European cyber and tech at specialist broker Safeonline, warns that clients often assume cyber is covered under general liability.
The broker, focused on products including cyber attack protection, receives £160,000 from the Welsh government.
Waller becomes cyber, technology and media underwriter.
The two products include cover for cyber risks.
Provider has created offering in support of government cyber security scheme.
Cyber risks are back in the headlines, but can anything protect clients from “demented hackers”?
Broker claims more than half of businesses surveyed will buy or seek quotes for cyber insurance in the next 12 months.
Policy targets SME and small corporate risks.
Ace enhanced the offering following broker feedback.
Expanded product available to brokers now.
AIG has enhanced its cyber insurance product in a move the company claimed was designed to counter the rapidly evolving nature of cyber threats.
A raft of motor-related policies dominated the past month’s product proceedings.
Oval has partnered with NCC Group for the launch of Cyber Assured, a cyber package for the SME community.
Despite several high-profile cyber attacks on major corporations, the insurance industry is still behind the times when it comes to cyber liability. How can it catch up?
With cyber risk a growing threat to businesses both large and small, Post editor-in-chief Jonathan Swift sat down with to Jeremy Smith, head of technology, security and privacy, at Zurich Global Corporate to discuss how the insurance industry is…
Allianz Global Corporate and Speciality (AGCS) has unveiled three insurance products in response to "growing cyber criminality".
Chubb has made cyber security insurance available for the first time through its Lloyd’s Syndicate, Chubb 1882.
Ascent Underwriting has unveiled general liability coverage in a bid to boost protection for small and mid-market businesses.
Markel International has launched a privacy, data-breach and electronic risks (PDE) offering for professional services firms in the UK.
HCC senior underwriter Robert Goldhawk has left the insurer, Insurance Age can reveal.