The flexible modeling of Verisk’s Cyber Risk Navigator™ (formerly ARC) supports a wide range of affirmative cyber coverages to help inform risk selection, pricing, portfolio management, and risk transfer.
The numbers don’t lie: The severity and frequency of ransomware attacks are on the rise, presenting new challenges for both businesses and the insurance industry. The unfortunate reality of today is that any organization connected to the web is at risk of a cyberattack.
Cyber risk is growing and intensifying. Are you accurately capturing the entirety of your cyber risk and the impact it can have on your portfolio? Uncover insights with Cyber Risk Navigator to help grow your cyber book with confidence.
Verisk’s cloud-based, SaaS solution and modeling framework empowers you to explore unique views of risk and examine the underlying data and assumptions that drive modeled output.
Risk models quantify the financial impact of several types of cyber threats such as security breaches, service provider downtime, ransomware, and more.
Underlying the platform is a global industry exposure database with information from more than 100 million worldwide businesses. Leverage matching algorithms to access detailed cyber supply chain data and augment your own.
Cyber risk remains a top concern and key opportunity for insurers and reinsurers, yet many have little or no cyber risk data in-house and lack the ability to manage the risk effectively. Manage your portfolio’s tail risk by gaining insights into which points of exposure aggregation are riskier than others and understand how systemic incidents can impact your overall portfolio. With Cyber Risk Navigator, you can manage cyber risk globally, enhance the underwriting of attritional and extreme event risks, and manage portfolio tail risk with one powerful solution.
Silent cyber coverage can reveal itself when the impacts of cyber incidents aren’t explicitly included or excluded in policy wording. Due to the potential for losses outside affirmative cyber lines, it’s important to understand your exposure to this potential threat. With our cyber models, you can evaluate cyber risk from commercial policies in any line of business, including property, general liability, E & O, and D & O.
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