Matching Cybersecurity Risk to Insurance Coverage

, The Corporate Counselor


Companies should take a hard look at their insurance programs to evaluate what coverage they have for existing digital security risks.

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  • Peter H

    Hi Scott, excellent article and summary of issues. Some of your points can be addressed in a structured way as part of a company‘s Business Continuity Management, where the various modes of cyberattacks form part of threat scenario assessment. That offers a route to cost assessment, and insurance can feature as a risk mitigation strategy as both parties (insurer and insured) develop a good view of the actual exposure that requires insurance.

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