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  1. Cyber risk

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    Against a background of a growing catalogue of cyber incidents (the attack on US credit report agency Equifax in the summer being ...

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  2. Cyber insurance: Growing pains

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    Several recent incidents such as a 2016 ransomware attack on a cloud service provider, and the October 2016 DDoS (distributed ...

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  3. Cyber Risk: Reducing vulnerability to attack

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    Computer viruses have been an irksome part of life for decades but who would have thought a couple of years ago that malware ...

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  4. Cyber Risk: Reducing vulnerability to attack

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    Computer viruses have been an irksome part of life for decades but who would have thought a couple of years ago that malware ...

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  5. SONAR 2013: New emerging risk insights

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    Risks are a moving target. They are constantly changing or newly developing. That makes it difficult to quantify and judge them. ...

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  6. Next generation health monitoring

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    We have successfully controlled many acute infections, but there has been a massive increase in chronic conditions, such as ...

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