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SME cyber risk exposure to spike amid cost-of-living crisis
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will increasingly look to cancel their cyber insurance policies this year due to expensive premiums and the cost-of-living crisis.
Wednesday 15th June 2022
Business confidence in cyber risk preparedness remains unchanged
Most business leaders are no more confident in their ability to manage cyber risks than they were two years ago, despite unrelenting workplace disruption, digital transformation and ransomware attacks.
Wednesday 8th June 2022
Changing gears: autonomous vehicles and motor insurance
Ben Hoster considers the implications of electric autonomous vehicles for motor insurance, and the role insurers will play in popularising this new mode of transport
Wednesday 1st June 2022
Cyber insurance gap 'disproportionately high', Munich Re warns
There is a “disproportionately high” mismatch between cyber risk awareness and implementation of protection measures given the increasing frequency and severity of attacks, Munich Re has said.
Wednesday 25th May 2022
Competition in space set to exacerbate geopolitical risks
Rising competition for land, sea and space is set to drive new geopolitical tensions over the coming years, according to a report from insurance broker Marsh.
Tuesday 10th May 2022
Immaterial world: risk in the cyber insurance market
Ciara Izuchukwu explores how recent world events have impacted and accelerated the hardening of the cyber insurance market
Wednesday 4th May 2022
Pension schemes remain uninsured for cyber risks
Nearly half of UK pension schemes still do not have insurance against cyber attacks, and a similar proportion are lacking the specialist skills needed to deal with the threat.
Wednesday 27th April 2022
Home insurers warned of threat posed by Google
UK home insurers have been warned of imminent competition from big technology companies after a recent poll found that more than a quarter of consumers would purchase a policy from Google.
Wednesday 27th April 2022
Data loss among top risks facing directors and officers
Directors and officers see cyber attacks and data loss as their top risks following the pandemic and rising geopolitical tensions, an annual poll by WTW and Clyde & Co has found.
Monday 25th April 2022
RegTech spending set for three-fold increase by 2026
Global investment in regulatory technology – or RegTech – is set for a three-fold increase over the next four years, according to forecasts by Juniper Research.
Wednesday 20th April 2022