Knowledge of what’s true—and what isn’t—about cyber insurance can help you protect your clients’ security, says Chris McMurray, cyber lead at Travelers Europe.
Your clients’ confidential data remains an alluring target for cyber criminals, warns James Doswell of Travelers Europe.
Businesses are facing record-high inflation, supply chain strains and a host of lingering concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic. If your clients are looking for a release valve to ease some of that pressure, encourage strong contract management, says Toby Harris of Travelers.
Law firms have to assess themselves and purchase a level of PI commensurate with their own risk exposure. James Graham of Travelers explains how it works.
Travelers discusses the legal insurance landscape for 2022 and beyond.
Schemes are a win for insurer and broker alike and the best ways to build a lasting partnership, says Jonathan Forster, SME distribution director at Travelers Europe.
As the insurance industry increasingly uses and relies on AI it must also better understand the potential for bias and other challenges that can be introduced by such technology, says Toby Harris from Travelers Europe.
In tandem with other covers, cyber insurance provides the best cybersecurity shield, says James Graham of Travelers Europe.
Wildfires in Northern California and in Southern California caused record-breaking insured losses in 2017, impacting re/insurers’ profitability and requiring changes in underwriting and the underlying risk models.
Travelers is looking to grow its business but analysts are wary of the impact on profitability.