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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.


Insurers wrestle with the silent cyber challenge

The PRA’s request for UK insurers to tackle ‘silent cyber’ exposures in their portfolios is a timely, if painful, call to arms. Modelling the risk is a challenge in itself, but raising premiums and adding exclusions may prove easier said than done in a soft market
Cyber London Lloyds

Proposed fines for 'essential' services opportunity for cyber insurers

New legislation offers insurance industry further opportunity to grow cyber
Cyber Regulation
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AGCS: major German corporates seeking €500m cyber policies

AGCS chairman, Andreas Berger, says demand  for tailored cyber cover among major German corporates increasing
Germany Europe

US cyber renewal rates decrease for second consecutive quarter

Rate decreases attributed to increase in capacity and appetite for cyber across market, Marsh says

Renewals Marsh

JLT Re builds out cyber team

Reinsurance broker swoops on Ed in latest cyber hire
JLT People moves

'Cyber risk can be the straw that breaks the camel's back'

In this untested market reinsurers may take on more risk than they can bear
Legal focus Cyber

Novae: cyber market must evolve as product 'no longer a competitive advantage'

Industry must consider cyber as more than just a professional lines class, but lack of expertise a concern, says chief innovation officer 
Cyber International

International cyber event cost 'could far exceed $120bn'

Major loss would surpass upper range suggested in recent Lloyd's report
International Cyber
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