Conclusion: Cyber insurance is claimed to help recoup the losses sustained by an organisation from a raft of incidents that may or may not be “cyber”. It is imperative that organisations understand their data assets and business processes, and the risks to these, before engaging with an insurer. With a changing legislative environment, there is a role to play for insurance against losses relating to cyber incidents, especially around first party costs and third party impacts. However, cyber insurance is still a very new area and the insurers are still finding their way. This means that prospective customers need to be more informed than ever.

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James Turner

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James Turner

James Turner is an IBRS emeritus Advisor who specialised in cyber security and risk and facilitates the CIO Cyber and Risk Network on behalf of IBRS. James has over a decade of experience as an industry analyst and advisor; researching the cyber security industry in Australia. As an IBRS Advisor, James authored over 100 IBRS Advisory papers, led dozens of executive roundtables, and presented at numerous conferences.