Articles - Infographic on the future of cyber insurance

According to a brand new survey by Intelligent Insurer, 90% of respondents agreed that, of all the lines of business, cyber is undergoing the most rapid transformation. It’s certainly a fast-moving space, but it’s riddled with challenges. For example, 62% of respondents listed ransomware as their top challenge for 2022. But what about a lack of data for pricing? Analysing the risk of third parties and supply chains?

 And a lack of collaboration with governments and law enforcement? Where do these challenges fall on a scale of the most pressing issues confronting the cyber ecosystem?
 Find out by downloading this exclusive infographic, which will give you crucial insights from more than 200 senior underwriters and brokers.
 You’ll get an unrivalled perspective on how cyber is evolving, what is stifling growth, which technologies are having the biggest impact on reducing risk and which verticals face the biggest threats.
 No other survey on cyber insurance gives you a better overview of market developments in such a concise way. You’ll:
 • Find out if the cyber market is sustainable in the long term: Will a lack of capacity stifle growth?
 • Understand what is most likely to improve the profitability of cyber insurance: Is risk engineering the key?
 • Drill down into the specific technologies that are impacting the cyber insurance market and reducing risk
 • Get to grips with the cyber threat landscape: What is driving the biggest losses?
 • Acquire insights into the relationship between brokers and underwriters: Who is best placed to deliver risk mitigation services to insureds?
 • Explore which businesses are the seeing the biggest increase in demand for cyber products: Does the growth of cyber insurance hinge on small businesses?
 We hope you enjoy the infographic. If you have any feedback please get in contact.
 Kind regards,
 Helen Raff
 Head of Research
 Intelligent Insurer


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