Manufacturers are buying cyber insurance to protect their networks as “factories are increasingly computerized, automated and digitally integrated with other parts of a company,” the Journal reported.
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The Insurance Information Institute on Wednesday published a white paper on the recent growth and evolution of the market for cybersecurity insurance.
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The unpredictability of future attacks, poor cyber risk management at certain companies and lack of data with which to price risks have constrained capacity in the cyber insurance sector. In some cases, instead of growing, coverage has become more limited because insurance companies are finding the costs to be too high. *** Insurers are also…
Insurers struggle to get grip on burgeoning cyber risk market | Reuters.