- Published 01 Feb 2022
Asia’s evolving cybersecurity insurance landscape
Amid an uptick in ransomware attacks and other digital threats, carriers across the APAC region are now revising rates and wordings to cope with this new risk environment.
Our inaugural report examines how the uptick in cyber attacks in Asia has affected the kind of cover carriers are offering to their clients while also providing country-focused analysis of claims, risks, rates and wordings. Hear from a range of industry experts including:
• Struan Todd, co-founder, Pandamatics Underwriting
• James Tuplin, head of international cyber underwriting, Mosaic Insurance
• Gareth Cottam, head of cyber – Asia, Crawford
• TL Lim, partner, Mayer Brown
• Nigel Collins, global technical lead for cyber, McLarens
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