CyberCube launches new edition of cyber accumulation model

CyberCube | April 20, 2020

CyberCube launches new edition of cyber accumulation model
Cyber analytics provider CyberCube has released an updated version of Portfolio Manager, a cyber risk platform for insurers, reinsurance brokers and reinsurers. Portfolio Manager allows insurers to stress test reinsurance portfolios against a spectrum of cyber-related scenarios, including data breaches, cloud outages, global ransomware attacks and financial fraud. The tool, first launched in 2018, was the world’s first fully probabilistic cyber catastrophe model. CyberCube said that it has worked with leading market participants over the last two years to develop the latest edition of the cyber catastrophe model.

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