Cyber: Top 100 (Plus) Insurer Groups Worldwide
Definition: Insurance designed to protect organizations and individuals from digital threats such as data breaches, malicious cyber hacks on computer systems or denial-of-service attacks. This insurance may include first-party cover for the cost of investigating a cybercrime, recovering data lost in a security breach, restoration of computer systems, loss of income incurred by a business shutdown, reputation management, extortion payments demanded by hackers and notification costs, in case of a requirement to notify third parties affected. It may also include third-party cover for damages, settlements and associated legal costs arising from claims against the policyholder. Moreover, the definition extends to both cyber cover acquired on a stand-alone basis and cover integrated within other types of insurance (e.g. commercial multi-risk).
Exchange rates: Local currency figures have been converted to USD using the average rate for 2022.
Source: Insuramore research and estimates based on insurer group disclosures and insurance trade statistics (i.e. financial supervisory authorities, insurance trade associations etc.)
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Presentation format: Cyber insurance GDPW for each group (in the global top 100) are presented as a range of the likely minimum and likely maximum values with the midpoint of the range then used to determine the ranking and approximate global market share. Insurer groups outside of the top 100 and individual MGA, MGU and cover-holder enterprises writing cyber cover are presented in alphabetical (unranked) listings.
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