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Cyber Insurance Market 2017–2022 : Global Drivers, Opportunities, Trends, and Forecasts

WiseGuyReports.Com Publish a New Market Research Report On – Cyber Insurance Market 2017–2022 : Global Drivers, Opportunities, Trends, and Forecasts”.

Cyber-insurance is an insurance product used to protect businesses and individual users from Internet-based risks, and more generally from risks relating to information technology infrastructure and activities. 770 more words

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The Need for Cyber Insurance in Business

Cyber insurance may sound like something out of a science fiction novel, but it’s on the rise, and is now considered a necessity in some circles. 506 more words


What can Australia learn from the US on cyber insurance? | Insurance Business

The US is the largest and most mature cyber market in the world and as regulatory changes drive uptake of the cover in Australia, the local industry can learn from its US counterparts on ensuring that clients are protected. 13 more words


Tech Billionaires Positioning Themselves For $1 Trillion Cybersecurity Boom

Make no mistake: Your data is under attack and hacker extortionists are getting rich—but this is a war with opportunities on both sides, and for the warriors fighting cybercrime, it’s a $200-billion-plus opportunity with endless market potential. 50 more words

Cyber threats and an evolving role for insurance

As a discussant at a conference on cyber risk held in Singapore this June, I used the following framework in order to integrate a number of key themes from a public policy perspective [1]: First, a short outline of several key trends within the current threat landscape. 1,982 more words


Ransomware and Cyberinsurance

James Carter, Omid Safa, and Jared Zola

At the beginning of 2017, many publications predicted that ransomware would be one of the most significant cyber threats of the year. 1,062 more words

Jared Zola

Protecting your company against Cyber Security breaches with Cyber Insurance to minimise the financial damage.

PwC did a study for UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and according to PwC, the small businesses, the worst breaches cost between £65,000 and £115,000 on average; for large firms, the damage is between £600,000 and £1.15m. 422 more words

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