Susanna Marsden, claims executive at the TT Club, looks at the causes of cyber crime, risks to ports and ships, as well as the practical issues affecting insurers and brokers.
Insurers offering cyber policies may see themselves having to adjust the wording of their cyber policies as the General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect.
CFC Underwriting has launched a dark web monitoring tool for its cyber insurance policyholders.
Specialty Lloyd’s managing general agent Sciemus is set to rebrand after securing an investing partnership with HSCM Bermuda.
The inaugural Claims Conference Sydney took place on 29 August. Chairman Andrew Tjaardstra summarises four key themes from the event.
Ransomware hacks now account for 25% of cyber attacks in the UK, according to research.
Global P&C insurer Chubb has made one promotion and relocated another staff member to bolster its Asia-Pacific cyber team.
Experienced former broker and underwriter Sue Yen Leow has joined international loss adjuster GM Consultant as business development manager, Asia-Pacific.
Brokers can use technology to make marginal gains that will add up in the long term, making their business a success, writes Ed Pugh, sales & marketing director at Red Crake.
Cyber has dropped from the biggest concern among insurance bosses to seventh, according to the latest CEO Outlook from consultancy KPMG.
Cyber insurance cover is an increasingly important focus area for HDI Global, according to CEO Christian Hinsch.
In an industry first, Munich Re has launched insurance cover to help tackle cyber exposures posed to the independent upstream oil and gas sector.
From change management to cyber risk, Onno Bloemers, head of insurance at Delta Capita, explains why insurers need to look beyond Brexit to the wider challenges facing the industry.
As cyber and terror risks trigger new types of business interruption, insurers are becoming the go-to resource for expertise.
UK businesses underestimate how long the effect of a cyber attack will last, with 50% expecting to be fully operational after just 48 hours following an attack.
Following the global ransomware attack named as Wanna Cry in May Asian firms are becoming more interested in cyber insurance.
The insurance industry has critcised the government statement of intent on the new data protection bill saying it fails to address concerns on processing sensitive data without obtaining explicit consent.
Insurers will need to get the consent from their policyholders to collect their personal data, under regulation coming into force next year
Eighteen months into his role, Anthony Baldwin, CEO of AIG Europe and AIG UK, talks to Stephanie Denton about restructuring, co-creating and being the first insurer to move to Luxembourg.
Blockchain is gaining popularity among insurers, who will need to figure out how to integrate it with legacy systems, says Michael Clifton, senior vice-president, global insurance strategy and ventures at Cognizant.
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Reputation and privacy firm Schillings has named the former head of crisis response at Aegis, John Chase as partner.
A major global cyber attack could trigger $53bn of economic losses, the equivalent 2012’s Superstorm Sandy, according to a report from Lloyd’s.
The only absolute certainty in today’s modern world is change. Change creates new risks for all businesses, whether they are based in the north or south of the country, have international reach or are mid-market organisations.