Stringent event wordings could reduce 1-in-100-year US cyber loss by 55%-65%: CyberCube
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Stringent event wordings could reduce 1-in-100-year US cyber loss by 55%-65%: CyberCube

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CyberCube’s latest report has found that the most stringent policy wordings on widespread events could reduce the one-in-100-year US cyber insurance industry loss by up to 65%.

The report determined that in the event of a major cyber catastrophe, different carriers are expected to have dispersed losses as a result of increasingly divergent policy language limiting exposure to catastrophic events.

The

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