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The effects of COVID-19 on the U.S. economy have been dire and far reaching. National gross domestic product (GDP) is forecasted to contract 30% in the second quarter of 2020, 30 million Americans have filed for unemployment, and, in April, Goldman Sachs forecasted that S&P 500 firms will decrease cash spending by 33% as liquidity is prioritized, leading to a 27% decline in capital expenditures (CAPEX). ... Read More >
The past three years have been very eventful for the U.S. property and casualty (P&C) insurance industry. Firming markets. Relentless consolidation. Big CAT events. An accelerating pace of innovation. It’s an exciting time to be working in an industry that’s rarely described as such. ... Read More >
While COVID-19 mitigation efforts justifiably focus on humanitarian concerns, businesses in the financial and insurance industries may not be aware of the associated cyber-risk implications of dealing with the COVID-19.  There is bad news and good news from a cyber risk perspective. ... Read More >
Our aspiration at Guidewire Cyence is to enable insurers to establish themselves as the ultimate cyber risk transfer destinations for their clients. Guidewire Cyence Risk Analytics is the most advanced cyber solution available—an economic cyber risk modeling solution that adjusts as the cyber landscape shifts. Guidewire Cyence continuously gathers data and updates economic models based on changing circumstances, delivering tangible benefits to insurers and their customers as they face the volatility generated from evolving 21st-century risks. ... Read More >
The adoption of cyber insurance is on the rise. According to a recent Marsh & McLennan survey, 47% of organizations indicated that they have cyber insurance, up from 34% in 2017*. In addition, 89% of them were confident that their policies would cover losses caused by a cyber event. But, although cyber insurance has gained significant momentum, investment in traditional cyber prevention technology has far outpaced cyber insurance spending.... Read More >
To quickly grow their business in a highly competitive market, insurers frequently consider adding a new insurance line or entering a thriving new market. Why not do both? For example, they can launch an insurance product that covers new and evolving cyber risk specifically for the underserved market of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).... Read More >
Guidewire Cyence™ Risk Analytics recently announced the general availability of the fourth-generation update to our risk model (Model 4) for Guidewire Cyence™ for Cyber Risk Management. While developing this new model, our team collected additional data and reviewed a significantly larger set of claims.... Read More >
Cyber-attacks are hardly new news, but they are an ever-changing threat. The cyber landscape does not stand still for long, and with each new technological innovation, hackers find new vulnerabilities to exploit for their benefit. Even with existing technology, hackers never cease to find new ways or loopholes for intrusion. The threat is coming from everywhere: past, present, and new technologies.... Read More >
When the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May 2018, we in the cyber insurance industry all wondered how zealously each national enforcement agency would levy fines for the inevitable infringements.... Read More >
According to the Allianz Risk Barometer 2018 business owners consider cyber incidents to be the second greatest threat to their organisations. Cyber threats were second only to business interruption, with respondents citing a cyber incident as the most feared cause of business interruption.... Read More >

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