A recent “groundbreaking” report from Marsh McLennan has revealed a direct link between key cybersecurity controls and reduced cyber risk. In this blog post, we will discuss how SecondSight’s innovative software is already implementing these controls and can adjust to any new requirements at a moment’s notice.
Key Findings from Marsh McLennan’s Report:
According to Marsh McLennan, the following five controls, among the 12 key control categories commonly required by cyber insurers, were determined to have the greatest ability to decrease the likelihood of a successful cyberattack:
SecondSight’s Adaptability to New Cybersecurity Requirements:
SecondSight’s AI-powered solutions have been designed to quickly adapt to new research and carrier requirements, ensuring that our software stays at the forefront of cyber risk management. Here’s how we map these controls within our software:
The Benefits of SecondSight’s AI-Powered Solutions:
By leveraging the latest research, such as the findings from Marsh McLennan, SecondSight provides a data-driven approach to prioritizing cybersecurity efforts and enhancing the cyber insurance buying process. This adaptability allows insurers and their clients to:
In a rapidly evolving cyber landscape, staying ahead of the curve is crucial for both insurers and their clients. SecondSight’s AI-powered solutions enable brokers and insurers to adapt to new carrier requirements and research findings on the fly, ensuring they always provide the best possible advice and coverage to their clients. Trust SecondSight to help build a more cyber-resilient economy by embracing change and staying informed on the latest industry trends.