For Insurance Post's latest research project, we're delving into the world of cyber. What is making companies tick at the moment? How are they dealing with threats? What can insurers, brokers and managing agents do to ease the digital journey ahead?
Do you have dealings with cyber on a daily basis at work? Does your department handle business interruption claims? Or do you plan to place more cyber/technology risks for your clients in 2019?
If so, we’d like to hear what you think of the market.
To help us understand the key trends impacting the cyber insurance landscape, we’d be grateful if you could share your views on:
• The cyber insurance market today
• Risk management/coverage
• Opportunities and threats
• What the future holds for your clients in a changing threat landscape
Help us by answering some cyber-related questions. The whole survey should take around 10 minutes to complete and any information you give will be treated in the strictest confidence.
All answers will then be collated and presented anonymously in a report featuring in Post’s June edition available online and in print.
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