This whitepaper is based on a survey conducted by Nuxeo and confirms a growing appetite for more agile ways of harnessing critical enterprise content assets, as organisations in all sectors strive to keep up with a fast-changing world.
In this podcast, Rob Savitsky and Peter Herz from Duck Creek talk with Samit Shah of BitSight about the state of the cyber insurance market and what insurers are doing to address this emerging risk.
The global pandemic created near-perfect conditions for cybercriminals and resulted in a sharp spike in cybercrime. This content focuses on how evolving cyber trends will impact the year ahead, the implications for insurers and the importance of understanding the human drivers behind cybercrime.
Cyber-crime is proliferating, and cyber insurance is now an integral component of many companies’ risk management programmes. However, insuring against cyber risk presents multiple challenges for underwriters. Max Broodryk, AXA XL’s Product Leader-Cyber Risk, APAC, provides more details.
Unfortunately, the Covid-19 crisis has created opportunities for criminals looking to take advantage of heightened uncertainty. This article focuses on three types of theft exacerbated by the ongoing pandemic, and how businesses can reduce their exposure to this criminal activity.
Risk convergence: How insurers can seize the initiative on privacy, cyber risk and operational resilience
Based on a recent webinar discussion where insurance risk and privacy leaders discussed the changing operational risk landscape, this article shares five critical learnings that insurers must apply, if they are to seize the initiative on privacy, cyber risk and operational resilience.
The Cyber Risk Survey conducted by Post in association with CyberScout provides some great insight into claims activity and changes in the cyber landscape. This spotlight sheds light on how insurers and brokers can help their customers to assess and mitigate potential risks to their businesses.
In 2020, the cyber risk landscape changed drastically as a result of Covid-19 and the mass migration of employees to remote working environments. Based on feedback from cyber risk specialists, this spotlight sheds light on how cyber risks have changed over the past 12 months.
The previous parts in this series advanced a playbook approach to reducing conceptual uncertainty of ransomware risk and revealed the value of risk factors in reducing empirical uncertainty. Part three delves into the cyber insurance implications of these approaches to reducing ransomware risk.
In this video, Matt Drinkwater, cyber & financial lines underwriting manager, NMU, explores the impact on SMEs and insurance brokers who don’t buy cyber cover and why protection is a necessity for all businesses.