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Cyber risks threaten everyone and every organisation as the world today is connected and linked via information technology. For business, the more data intensive it is, the more it will be at risk from cyber criminals. Check out these threats and the liabilities arising as well as the laws governing such risks today.
The more data intensive the business, the more at risk it will be from cyber criminals, says Mr Alessandro Lezzi of Beazley Group as he reviewing the cyber liability insurance market in Asia and its potential for growth.
The question of when third parties can be held liable for any losses sustained in cyberspace is becoming ever more important. Prof Ina Ebert of Munich Re looks at the new dimensions of cyber liability risks.
Mr Chris Newton of Principia Underwriting says insurers are open to offering cyber risk covers but need to work with their clients to mitigate the risks.
Ms Gigi Cheah of Norton Rose (Asia) LLP gives a quick summary of what some Asian countries are doing in respect of cyber liability laws.