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Cyberrisks

Challenges, strategies and solutions for insurers

Rapid progress in the IT sector has consequences for insureds and insurers alike. The failure of IT systems can lead to substantial disruptions of both public and private life. Our power supply and healthcare systems are just as dependent upon the uninterrupted operation of IT systems as are our industries, commerce and transport.

Criminals are taking advantage of the internet as a new tool of the trade. Targeted cyberattacks on unsuspecting users are increasing exponentially, and the material losses are mushrooming into the billions.

In this publication, Munich Re’s experts present in concise form their knowledge and insights regarding the scope of cyberrisks and their implications for the insurance industry, analysing the most recent trends and risk scenarios and introducing the latest insurance solutions.

Publication Cyberrisks - Munich Re

Cyberrisks
Challenges, strategies and solutions for insurers


Knowledge Series
Technology, engineering and risks

Date of publication: 2012
Language: English
Order No.: 302-07672
Price: EUR 100.00

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To obtain the print version of the publication Cyberriks, please contact your Client Manager. Clients with access to our client portal can download the digital version of the publication at connect.munichre.

Copies are available at a nominal fee of €100.00 at Touch Publications


Extract from the contents

Rapid progress spawns new risks:
The most important IT trends, risks and consequences for insureds and insurers

“Internationality is the cybercriminal’s best refuge.”
Jörg Ziercke, President of the German Federal Office of Criminal Investigation (BKA), on mounting cybercrime

Who is liable in cyberspace?
The hazards of the internet are increasing in proportion to its use

Click with consequences?
On the question of liability for Facebook parties

Cyberrisks are not individual risks:
Security and continuity risk management in the company

Sifting bits of evidence:
Digital forensics expert Michael Hochenrieder on the daily grind between Trojans and cybercrime

Complex risks with devastating interactions
Made-to-measure insurance solutions find growing demand – an overview of available products

Commercial cloud computing services:
Microsoft and Munich Re collaborate closely as strategic risk partners

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