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Cyber Insurance Costs Soaring: Is Your Organization Covered Enough?

SecureWorld News

In this digital battlefield, cyber insurance has emerged as a crucial shield, offering financial protection against data breaches, ransomware attacks, and other cyber incidents. This puts a strain on insurance companies, who are forced to adjust premiums to maintain solvency.

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Cyber Insurance Explained: What It Covers, Who Needs It

Security Boulevard

Cyber insurance offers financial protection and support in the event of a cyber attack, data breach, or other cyber-related incidents. Ironically, the security that insurance brings to policyholders stands in contrast to the shifting, dynamic state of the cyber insurance market in general.

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No Joke: You Can Actually Save Money on Cyber Insurance

Security Boulevard

Even on April Fool’s Day, it’s no joke that the astronomical cost of cyber insurance has surged in recent years, reflecting the escalating frequency and severity of cyberattacks.

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SMBs and Cyber Insurance – Third Certainty #27

Adam Levin

With the average cost of a data breach exceeding three million dollars, cyber insurance has become a necessity for SMBs. The post SMBs and Cyber Insurance – Third Certainty #27 appeared first on Adam Levin. Find out more on the latest episode of Third Certainty with Adam Levin.

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The Cyber Insurance Landscape Has Grown More Complicated

SecureWorld News

When considering adding a cyber insurance policy, organizations, both public and private, must weigh the pros and cons of having insurance to cover against harm caused by a cybersecurity incident. Having cyber insurance can help ensure compliance with these requirements. Let's break it down to the pros and cons.

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Avoid high cyber insurance costs by improving Active Directory security

Bleeping Computer

With the growing number of data breaches and cyberattacks, insurance premiums are increasing. Learn more from Specops Software about how securing an Activity Directory could lead to lower cyber insurance premiums. [.]

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The future of cyber insurance

IT Security Guru

Cyber insurers are losing money. Their loss ratios – total claims plus the insurer’s costs, divided by total premiums earned – are now consistently above 60%, which presents something of an existential threat to the insurance industry, making cyber risk a potentially uninsurable area due to falling profitability.