Cyber risk has become a leading issue for many organizations as awareness of cloud computing, social media, corporate Bring Your Own Device policies, big data, and state-sponsored espionage has grown and recently been amplified by President Obama's Cybersecurity Executive Order. In an increasingly punitive legal and regulatory environment, and in the face of more frequent contractual insurance requirements specifying cyber liability, forward -thinking companies are taking proactive steps to explore and transfer cyber risk. Read More.
Cyber Diagnostic Tool
Benchmark your cyber risk exposures today!
Aon invites you to complete our free Cyber Diagnostic Tool that will help quantify and benchmark your Network Security and Privacy exposures. The questionnaire only takes 10 minutes to complete and you will receive a tailored risk benchmarking report. Read More
Aon Continues Leadership as 2015 Data Privacy Day Champion
As part of its work to serve clients on the issues of increased cybersecurity safety and awareness, Aon Risk Solutions, the global risk management business of Aon plc (NYSE: AON), today announced that it has, once again, become a Champion of the National Cyber Security Alliance’s Data Privacy Day. As a Champion, Aon recognizes and supports the principle that organizations, businesses and governments all share the responsibility of being conscientious stewards of personal information by respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust.
Data Privacy Day, observed annually on Jan. 28, is an international awareness effort to encourage Internet users to consider the privacy implications of their online actions and motivate all companies to make privacy and data protection a greater priority. Aon joins the growing movement among organizations, corporations, educational institutions, government entities and municipalities globally to raise awareness and educate consumers about how their personal information may be collected, the benefits and risks of sharing personal information as well as the nature and scope of online data usage. Through collaborative efforts and unified, consistent messaging about data privacy, all Data Privacy Day Champions will work toward the goal of improving consumer consciousness and empowering individuals to safeguard their privacy.
We invite you to download our most recent white papers on this important subject, which detail the risk profile, regulatory issues, and risk transfer marketplace both generally and specifically with respect to companies in the legal, higher education, and health care industries.
Exploring the Latest Cyber Risk Trends in EMEA
By analysing the data gathered from Aon’s Cyber Diagnostic Tool, this report highlights industries and scenarios which are particularly vulnerable to a loss of a large magnitude due to a cyber risk event across EMEA. In an effort to demonstrate how cyber risk can affect a myriad of industries, Aon’s data combines the responses of companies in a large range of industries, everything from manufacturing to utilities. It also examines the importance of achieving Cyber Clarity for our clients’ businesses and outline some examples of how this can be done, highlighting the benefits of quantification.
Cyber Exposures and Solutions in Asia
Outlining general 2014 cyber exposure and solution trends applicable to most Asian countries.
Shifting Legal and Regulatory Landscape in 2014
Risk management and insurance to addressing legal exposures and financial statement protection.
European Union cyber exposures and solutions
New technologies and emerging cyber threats in the EU, and an overview how cyber insurance solutions.
Webinar: Data Breach - Learn to Protect Yourself
View the webinar. The costs of retail cyber breaches run into the hundreds of millions of dollars. One doesn’t have to dig too far into daily news reports to find examples of breaches that have affected tens of millions of customers. Read more.
Webinar: Cyber Risk 2.0: Expanding the Boundaries of Cyber Coverage
View a one-hour webinar with a panel of experts that looks at a framework for the next generation of cyber risk coverage. What would cyber risk 2.0 look like, and how can business in all industries achieve better cyber security as well as balance sheet and reputation protection?