A single cyber-attack that affects major ports across Asia-Pacific could cost $110 billion roughly equivalent to half of all losses from natural catastrophes globally in 2018. This is according to new research released today by Lloyd’s, the world’s re/insurance market.
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SIRC 2019, APAC, Lloyd's, Cyber threat, Insurance, Reinsurance, 2019 Results, John Neal, Singapore, Asia Pacific