Next-Generation Risk Assessment: Cyber and Beyond

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28 November 2018
Donald Light

Cyber fits the classic insurance model by addressing mostly familiar types of losses, with a mix of established and novel coverages, made more likely with hazards insurers have never had to understand.

Key research questions

  • How does cyber fit the classic insurance model?
  • How do cyber risk assessment solutions work?
  • Could cyber solutions assess other types of risks and coverages?

Abstract

To be successful, an insurer has to correctly estimate the probability of losses. To do that, the insurer collects information about risks and other factors, whose presence increases the probability of losses. For a very long time, the collection of such information has been done manually.

However, things are changing. Insurers are using new technologies which automate the assessment of risks and sharpen loss probability estimates.

These new types of hazards prominently include bad actors who, acting with intent, try to inflict losses on organizations and individuals.

Cyber losses fall into three categories: affirmative, silent, and direct. Examples of affirmative coverages, endorsements, and breach response services are provided for three leading cyber insurers.

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Insight details

Content Type
Reports
Focus
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Industry Trends, Innovation & Emerging Technology, Risk Management & Compliance
Location
Asia-Pacific, EMEA, LATAM, North America