CYBER INSURANCE: MANAGING THE RISK

LEON FOUCHE | July 20, 2017

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Effective cyber security is not just about technology it involves the whole business and how well risks are managed. Best practice cyber risk management involves understanding inherent risk measurement, risk mitigation and residual risk management. Increasingly, cyber insurance is being used as a vehicle for transferring part of an organisation’s residual financial and legal risk to insurance cover.

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BUSINESS CONCEPT. Protector commenced business January 2004, and has since experienced rapid growth. The company is highly focused on risk selection and market adaptation. In May 2007, Protector was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, reaching a goal that was stated from the beginning.

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