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Cyber

Cyber is the fastest growing class of business in the London market, but underlying cyber risks impact all classes. The market faces the dual challenge of seizing the growth opportunities presented while also effectively managing its exposures.


Aon warns addition of cyber extensions to traditional products unsustainable

Cyber coverage in property and energy products in no one's interest, broker says

Cyber Aon Benfield

Global cyber market reaching 'tipping point' as Bermuda capacity builds

Bermuda becoming 'significant part' of cyber market

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Insurers braced for Petya ransomware losses

Warnings damaging cyber-attack far more dangerous than WannaCry 
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Ed targets cyber growth through professional risks expansion

Five new hires for executive and professional risks team, including four from Willis Towers Watson
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Lloyd’s casualty book suffers as reserving bites

And increasing cyber exposure needs watching for the future
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Risk managers highlight areas for innovation in cyber insurance

Room for improvement in areas such as date breach and legal support, survey finds

Cyber Risk Management

Prevention is better than cure when it comes to cyber risks

Cyber risk management is all too often treated as an implement-and-forget procedure by SMEs in a threat landscape which is constantly evolving

Risk Management Cyber

US cyber liability rates fall for first time since 2014

Increased capacity and rising demand drive decline in renewals rates

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