The role of brokers and analytics in the cyber risk landscape | Oren Schetrit

Brokers have an opportunity to be an impartial and thorough trusted advisor for cyber risks. Companies can leverage and rely on them to not only understand their cyber risk and sources of threats and loss, but also quantify financial exposure in the context of making insurance purchasing decisions.

Plausibility One of the Key Elements to Selecting Cyber Scenarios | Joshua Pyle

Josh Pyle, actuarial director for CyberCube, explains how we determine which scenarios should be added to our flagship product Portfolio Manager. He also touches upon the product’s data sources within its enterprise intelligence layer and discusses secondary modifiers and intensity factors.

Characteristics of CyberCube’s Account Manager Highlighted

Morgan Hervé-Mignucci, Director of Cyber Risk Modeling for CyberCube, outlines some of the characteristics of Account Manager, an underwriting tool for the insurance community. He touches upon web traffic data for the product and common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs).

Aon and CyberCube Examine the Impact of Coronavirus on Cybersecurity | Darren Thomson & Jon Laux

CyberCube discusses the impact of the novel coronavirus ( COVID-19) and working from home practices, and what this means for cybersecurity.

Drawing Comparisons Between Cyber Risk Modeling Data and Creating a Samurai Sword | Judy Chow

Parallels can be drawn between making a samurai sword and data creation. Judy Chow, Director of Product Management and Lewis Guignard, Senior Manager of Data Science, CyberCube highlight some of the themes in a new report looking at the role of data in risk modeling.

Understanding the Role that Brokers and Analytics Play in the Cyber Risk Ecosystem | Oren Schetrit and John Anderson

Understanding of exposure to cyber risk and the gap that exists between small and large companies in understanding can be augmented by the role that brokers and analytics play in the cyber risk ecosystem

Updates to Portfolio Manager | Joshua Pyle

Josh Pyle, Actuarial Director, looks back at when CyberCube unveiled Portfolio Manager, and why it is now launching an updated version. He outlines the key differences between the two versions and if there is likely to be further modifications.

Getting to the Centre of Ransomware Trends | Morgan Hervé-Mignucci

Since WannaCry in 2017, the sophistication of cyber threat actors has dramatically increased and ransomware attacks will continue to proliferate...

Cyber Growth Offer Huge Opportunity for Career Development in Estonia | Irina Filippova

CyberCube opened an office in Estonia last year and is planning to grow further in the coming year...

Patching Things Up When Cyber Threat Actors Constantly Evolve | Max Sokolov

The importance of software patching for enterprises cannot be underestimated says CyberCube’s Max Sokolov, Head of Engineering, Estonia. Given that the threat actor, and methods of attack deployed are constantly changing...

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