Cyberinsurers, Producers: Opportunists or Saviors?

Since the introduction of cyberinsurance products roughly three years ago, articles have been written questioning the insurance industrys approach to the new cyberspace exposures.

The critics of standalone cyberinsurance products usually build their arguments around two general themes.

The first argument is that insurance companies (and I assume brokers, as well) are always looking for new ways to repackage existing coverage to collect more premium (and commissions).

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